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    antique silver: sheffield plate

    Sheffeild plate is a layered combination of silver and copper that was used for many years to produce a wide range of household articles that looked like silver and was of course much cheaper.

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    • Silver plated tea and Coffee  service

      Silver plated tea and Coffee service

      bore park antiques, nuneaton, united kingdom

      Stunning quality conditions of all very good heavy silver plated to the finest quality, consists of Tea Pot Coffee pot Sugar Basin and Hot water Jug, offering free delivery Worldwide reference LC1 We accept online...

      £295.00

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    • A SILVER COMMUNION SET WITH ORIGINAL BOX BY HENRY WILKINSON & SONS

      A SILVER COMMUNION SET WITH ORIGINAL BOX BY HENRY WILKINSON & SONS

      ebury trading, london, united kingdom

      An English Gothic silver plated communion set with their original box by Henry Wilkinson & Sons of Sheffield. Comprising two chalices, two patens, a ewer and a plate. Each ornately engraved and stamped. The chalices...

      £1,950.00

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    • Georgian Old Sheffield Plate Coffee Pot c1790

      Georgian Old Sheffield Plate Coffee Pot c1790

      ipc silver plate, spalding, united kingdom

      A very majestic late 18th century Georgian fused silver on copper coffee pot. Better known as Old Sheffield Plate and considered to be the most desirable and collectible form of silver plating. A hand-made piece...

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    • Old Sheffield Plate Salver

      Old Sheffield Plate Salver

      se trouver ltd, wellington, new zealand

      This is a lovely Old Sheffield Plate salver. The production of Old Sheffield Plate occurred from the latter part of the 18th century until approx the 1840s and was the first form of silver plate....

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