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One of the largest and most diverse Sources in the country for Sterling Silverware

We can match your existing Silverware if you provide us with the following:

  • The Hallmark or Makers marks.
  • A Xerox of your desired piece(s).
  • Size, Length and Style of piece i.e.: Luncheon (small) Place (medium) or Dinner (large), Fork, Spoon, Butter knife, Salad, etc....
  • Initials or Monograms
  • Unable to identify, please call 800 546-8720, email , or click>> 

And then email or mail us as much information as you can.  Pls enclose a SASE if you mail us and we will contact you.

Hallmark or Maker
The Hallmark or Makers mark is usually stamped on the back of the piece about midway on its length. Sometimes, the makers name is listed.

Xerox copies
Lay the piece face down (tines down for forks and bowl down for other pieces) on a copy machine. Place as many pieces as you can on each page without reducing or enlarging the copy. It is also a good idea to keep a copy of this for your insurance records.

Size, Length and Style

Give us as much information about the length, width, or weight. The more you can tell us, the more information we'll have when we are trying to locate your piece. Knives come in at least four blade styles >>  Modern, New French, Old French, and the older blunt blades.     Click for   Knife styles and blades  

 

 

 

 

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