Once you know that name of your pattern you can go online and look up what pieces are available and the price for them.
There are literally 100s of patterns of silver plate flatware.
If you don't know your pattern, or can't see it below, just ask us!
We are the web's leading source for antique English flatware and cutlery with thousands of pieces for sale, from single forks to canteens.
Here is a short list of popular patterns that we have handled through our store.
“Downton Abbey” may have wrapped its final season, but scenes of gloved butlers meticulously placing fine silver flatware on the Crawley mahogany dining table have created renewed interest in sterling silver flatware.
These impressive examples of antique silverware are supplied in felt cutlery rolls; which not only protect the items in storage but significantly reduces tarnishing.
Dimensions Table fork 20.3cm/8" Table spoon 21.6cm/8.5" Dessert fork 18.2cm/7.2" Dessert spoon 18.5cm/7.3" Teaspoon 12cm/4.7" Coffee spoon 10.5cm/4.1" Serving spoon 13.7cm/5.4" Weight: 40.9 troy ounces/1271g Maker: Marius Hammer Origin: Bergen, Norway Date: Circa 1910 Video: A video of this fine piece is available upon request.The question I hear most often at antiques shows is, How do you know whether something is silver?People aren't necessarily looking only for sterling; they just want to know what they're buying.Or why not extend an existing service for entertaining more people or as a family heirloom?After all, silver cutlery is a valuable and practical investment for future generations.We also offer an engraving and repair service and can advise on insurance, storage and cleaning.