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    electroplate

    Silver electroplating began in the 1840s in the English city of Birmingham. The process led to a growth in nickel items plated with silver. Much of this early electroplated silver is in high demand, which means that it can reach high values. These items are usually marked 'EPNS' which stands for electroplated nickel silver.

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    • Regency Style EPNS Candelabra

      Regency Style EPNS Candelabra

      private seller, bournemouth, united kingdom

      A Pair of Regency style candelabra by Mappin and Webb.The square base supports a tapered column with garlanded urns with beaded saucers and beaded sconces. The central removable filial acan be the third candle holder..Weighted...

      £225.00

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    • A set of four miniature electroplated coasters - Item 1096

      A set of four miniature electroplated coasters - Item 1096

      alphington antiques and fine art perviously smugglers cottage antiques, exeter, united kingdom

      A superb set of four electroplated miniature coasters with wooden bases and green baize to underside, suitable for port, sherry or liqueur glasses or perhaps an angostura or Worcester sauce bottle when enjoying a Bloody...

      £87.00

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