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Help with silver cutlery


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My mom recently acquired some silverware but we cannot find any information on it on the Internet. Would someone be able to assist in letting us know what era they’re from and their worth? TIA





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On 07/11/2021 at 21:47, Chantal said:

Hi, thank you so much for the link.  Would you know how to go about getting a price/ a reputable appraisal?  Some people aren’t honest.

I would like to find out too – following.

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This might sound harsh but I would start by weighing it. Look up the date and maker to see if you have something special and if you think you do maybe a trip to the London Silver Vaults. Failing that have a look on ebay and see what similar sells for. The items are most likely worth between 50p - £1.50 per gram depending on how saleable they are.

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Georgian London.

To help ascertain value and ID maker you need better zoom and complete item photos.

How many spoons?

Are they basting spoon or tea spoon size?

Any damage and are the bowl tips worn?


Regards, F.


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