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# 1 Poincon de Grace de 1750 (Belgian antique silver hallmarks) by Raoul Verbist
# 2 Italian antique silver oil lamps (lucerna) Lucerne Italiane in argento by Giorgio Busetto
# 3 L'histoire d'une tasse de femme The history of a silver wedding cup by Raoul Verbist
# 4 An unusual item - The Georgian silver wine funnel by Giorgio Busetto
# 5 Les couverts des Soeurs Noires de Pamele by Raoul Verbist
# 6 From birth to death by Giorgio Busetto
# 7 Hallmarks of Russian silversmiths by Giorgio Busetto
# 8 Dedications on silver cigarette boxes by Giorgio Busetto
# 9 Paw feet, hoof feet, claw feet ..... in silverware Las patas de animales en la orfebreria by Jose' Luis Munoz Diaz
# 10 When silver tells a story Quando l'argento narra una storia by Giovanni Ciceri
# 11 Nutmeg graters by Giorgio Busetto
# 12 Gorham Corporation by Gianmarco Baldini
# 13 The Antique silver industry of Hanau - part 1 by Dorothea Burstyn
# 14 Detecting modified silver and silverplate flatware by Kathleen Sullivan
# 15 The Antique silver industry of Hanau - part 2 by Dorothea Burstyn
# 16 A Napoleonic sugar bowl from an Italian museum Una zuccheriera napoleonica da un museo poco conosciuto by Serenella Ferrari Benedetti
# 17 La salle d'orfevrerie imperiale Russe au Musee de L'Armee de Bruxelles (partie 1) The Hall of Imperial Russian Silverware at the Musee de L'Armee de Bruxelles (part 1) by Claude-Charles Feis and Raoul Verbist
# 18 Tea urns in Old Sheffield Plate by Gianmarco Baldini
# 19 Plateros y contrastes espanoles Hallmarks of Spanish silversmiths by Jose' Luis Munoz Diaz
# 20 La salle d'orfevrerie imperiale Russe au Musee de L'Armee de Bruxelles (partie 2) The Hall of Imperial Russian Silverware at the Musee de L'Armee de Bruxelles (part 2) by Claude-Charles Feis and Raoul Verbist
# 21 A flacon and a lighter by Fred Sinfield
# 22 A female silversmith: Hester Bateman 1708-1794 by Charles Cook
# 23 Forging Modernities: California metals in context by Dorothea Burstyn
# 24 Little-Known Tableware Items:Argyles Un oggetto poco conosciuto: l'Argyle by Giorgio Busetto and Maurizio Perota
# 25 The Grand Master's Box by Fred Sinfield
# 26 Georg Jensen: a silversmith from Denmark by Tom Guarrera
# 27 Japanese Influence in American Silver 1870-1890 by Gianmarco Baldini
# 28 Silver figural toothpick holders of 19th century by Giorgio Busetto
# 29 Arlecchino by Fred Sinfield
# 30 Eighteen Century silver tea tongs by Dr  David Shlosberg
# 31 Ten steps to verify the authenticity of antique silverwares Dieci passi per verificare e registrare l'autenticita' di un argento antico by Giovanni Ciceri
# 32 Silver Salt throne from Tsarist Russia Saliere a trono dalla Russia Imperiale by Franco Bellino and Giorgio Busetto
# 33 Posy holder or Tussie Mussie ? by Giorgio Busetto
# 34 An ancient liturgical object: the Pax Un antico oggetto liturgico: la Pace by Giorgio Guida and Giorgio Busetto
# 35 The 'Victorian lozenge'- Dating 'Registered model' of the 'UK Patent Office' by Giorgio Busetto
# 36 A canteen of silver by Jayne W. Dye<
# 37 Despabiladeras Candle snuffers Predmeti Namijenjeni Gasenju Sviieca by Jose' Luis Munoz Diaz
# 38 Georgian Silver Sugar Tongs of the period 1770 to 1820 by Graham Hodges
# 39 Buried treasures Tesori sepolti by Giorgio Busetto
# 40 A silver cup from the ancient Rome: Skyphos Una coppa d'argento dall'antica Roma: Skyphos by Fredric Sinfield and Giorgio Busetto
# 41 Tiffany date letters and marks by Tom Guarrera
# 42 All these numbers ... by Dorothea Burstyn
# 43 L'Art de la Table: un Art de vivre The art of the Table: an Art of life by Martine D'Haeseleer
# 44 Silver toilet sets Servizi da Toeletta in argento by Giorgio Busetto
# 45 An unusual Victorian cream jug Una singolare lattiera vittoriana by Giovanni Ciceri
# 46 Hallmarks of Italian silver Punzoni dell'argento italiano, dall'unita' d'Italia ai giorni nostri by Giorgio Busetto
# 47 Another way of documenting a silver collection by Giorgio Busetto
# 48 Fauxberge Fakeberge by Pierre Gagnaux
# 49 A collection of Judaica silver by Pascal Jonnaert and Giorgio Busetto
# 50 A Victorian sugar bowl of exceptional quality Una bowl vittoriana di straordinaria qualita' by Giovanni Ciceri
# 51 Philippe Wolfers' Japonism in Belgium by Martine D'Haeseleer
# 52 Vinaigrettes by Candice Hern
# 53 Hispano-American silver: the 'Topos' Argento Ispano-Americano: 'Topos' by Giorgio Busetto
# 54 Three unusual silver cups by Giorgio Busetto
# 55 Belgian Art Deco Silver by Martine D'Haeseleer
# 56 Histoire de faux Story of a forgery by Pierre Gagnaux
# 57 American Art Metal Jewelry Boxes 1900-1925 by Joanne Wiertella
# 58 Soviet time silver salts - semi-antique to come? by Willand Ringborg
# 59 History and marks of Hamilton & Co - Calcutta Storia e marchi di Hamilton & Co - Calcutta by Giovanni Ciceri
# 60 Salt thrones from Russia by Willand Ringborg
# 61 A misleading tea complement: the waste bowl by Giorgio Busetto
# 62 Ornamental shaping of silver Salt thrones from Russia by Willand Ringborg
# 63 Judaica silver - Jewish ritual silver by Giorgio Busetto
# 64 Italian silver hair-pin: the 'sperada' by Giorgio Busetto
# 65 Belgian silver of the Empire period by Martine D'Haeseleer
# 66 The Soo Line Historical Museum - Weyburn by Jacquie Mallory and Giorgio Busetto
# 67 Let's drink and be merry - a study about punch ladles by Dorothea Burstyn
# 68 Charka exhibition in Helsinki by Kari Helenius
# 69 Silverware from the Belgian Workshop Wolfers Freres in the Belle Epoque Period by Martine D'Haeseleer
# 70 British and Irish commemorative hallmarks - 1 - Marchi commemorativi Britannici e Irlandesi - 1 - by Giovanni Ciceri
# 71 British and Irish commemorative hallmarks - 2 - Marchi commemorativi Britannici e Irlandesi - 2 - by Giovanni Ciceri
# 72 A forgotten object: the silver warmer Un oggetto di cui si e' dimenticato l'uso: lo scaldino d'argento by Giorgio Busetto
# 73 The Sgarabhaigh Silver Sixpence by Dave Hill
# 74 A giant enamel salt throne from Russia by Willand Ringborg
# 75 A Presentation from His Highness by Fredric Sinfield
# 76 Romance in metal (Valentine's Day) by Steven P. Pody and Joanne Wiertella
# 77 Elkington Electroplate Silver /Silver Plate by Giorgio Busetto
# 78 Eating apples, the elegant way by Dorothea Burstyn
# 79 Historismus Silver-Gilt Dessert Set by Hermann Ratzersdorfer by Jayne W. Dye and Karin Sixl-Daniell
# 80 A Box and a Burner by Fredric Sinfield
# 81 One and All by Wayne Bednersh
# 82 History through silver trowels by Malcolm Stander
# 83 Margo Grant Walsh: Collecting by Design by Dorothea Burstyn
# 84 The Language of Flowers by Joanne Wiertella
# 85 The story of a well travelled hairbrush by Sara L. Russell
# 86 Britannia silver standard hallmarks in Great Britain by Giovanni Ciceri
# 87 English Silver Salts by Giorgio Busetto
# 88 Russian Silver Assay Masters in the western provinces by Willand Ringborg
# 89 19th century Sugar boxes in Poland by Paulina Wojdak
# 90 The World of Mexican Silver Salts by Linda Drew
# 91 Powdering with style by Robert Massart
# 92 Travelling for Faith In viaggio per la Fede by Giovanni Ciceri
# 93 Silversmithing in Mantua from the 14th to the 19th century Note sull'arte degli orefici a Mantova by Franco Negrini and Francesca Rapposelli
# 94 The Violin Handle by Willand Ringborg
# 95 Silversmithing in Mantua from the 14th to the 19th century - part 2 Note sull'arte degli orefici a Mantova - 2^ parte by Franco Negrini and Francesca Rapposelli
# 96 Designed by Architects by Dorothea Burstyn
# 97 Anointing Spoon Replicas in Silver and Silver Gilt from Great Britain - part 1 - by Jack F. Wilson
# 98 Anointing Spoon Replicas in Silver and Silver Gilt from Great Britain - part 2 - by Jack F. Wilson
# 99 The Clearwater Collection of Colonial Silver by R. T. H. Halsey
# 100 Determining the profile of English silver makers by Robert Massart
# 101 Care and Conservation of Silver for Private Collections by Richard Hyman
# 102 History and Origin of Claret Jugs by www.karaffensammler.at
# 103 Silver Hallmarks of Paris During the Reign of King Louis XV (France 1723-1774) Les poin�ons parisiens de l'orf�vrerie (1723-1774) by Christophe Ginter
# 104 Marks of Berndorf Metalware Factory in Austria - Alpacca and Alpacca-Silver II Products by David N. Nikogosyan
# 105 Gorham's Fleurs des Siecles gift line designed by Jane Hutcheson by Dorothea Burstyn
# 106 Silver Open Salts of The Victoria & Albert Museum (part 1) by Rod Elser and Jane Carroll
# 107 Une Imitation de Poincons Louis XV An Imitation of Louis XV Hallmarks by Christophe Ginter
# 108 Silver Open Salts of The Victoria & Albert Museum (part 2) by Rod Elser and Jane Carroll
# 109 The Legal Position of The English Leopard by David McKinley
# 110 A French canteen (part) - Paris 1764-1819 by Giovanni Ciceri
# 111 Celebration, News from the Canadian Metal Arts Scene by Dorothea Burstyn
# 112 Scottish Legends & Silver Hallmarks by Robert Massart
# 113 Mote Spoon - A fraudulent conversion by David McKinley
# 114 Deutsches Klingenmuseum Solingen - 2009 flatware collectors meeting by Dorothea Burstyn
# 115 From Villa Adriana to Australia - Australian Open Tennis Tournament Trophy by Christine Erratt
# 116 The use of coins in punch or toddy ladles by Richard Hyman
# 117 A Reappraisal of the Marks Used in the Harache Workshop by David McKinley
# 118 Garage Sale Saga by Lazar Freidgeim
# 119 A Burgundian fork dated 1660 Une fourchette bourguignonne dat�e de 1660 Una forchetta borgognona datata 1660 by Christophe Ginter
# 120 Collecting Austrian silver sugar tongs by Dorothea Burstyn
# 121 The Background To "Duty Dodgers" by David McKinley
# 122 Coral and Bells - A Collection of Rattles by the Staff of Zilvermuseum Sterckshof Provincie Antwerpen
# 123 An Intriguing English Spoon by David McKinley
# 124 Russian Cigarette Lighters by "Postnikov"
# 125 The hallmarks of silversmiths' widows in the Kingdom of France Les poin�ons des veuves d'orf�vres sous l'Ancien R�gime fran�ais I punzoni delle vedove dei maestri argentieri nella Francia del XVIII secolo by Christophe Ginter
# 126 Russian matchbox holders by "Postnikov"
# 127 Don Wallance, a leading flatware designer and Amboss, an innovative Austrian flatware manufacturer. Two interesting lectures at the Solingen flatware collectors' meeting 2010 by Dorothea Burstyn
# 128 The Early History of The English Tea Caddy by David McKinley
# 129 How to become a Millionaire by Lazar Freidgeim
# 130 An unknown mark for silver-plated hollow ware used by Christofle in 1930-1935 by David N. Nikogosyan
# 131 Poin�ons de fraude fiscale du XVIII�me si�cle Chalon sur Sa�ne (France) 1762-1768 Fraud on silver taxes during the French Royalty Chalon sur Sa�ne (France) 1762-1768 by Christophe Ginter
# 132 Une paire de taste-vin fran�ais du XVIIIe si�cle A pair of 18th century French wine tasters by Michael Carter
# 133 A Silver Cruet Set - Paris 1892/1911 by Robert Massart
# 134 Marks on Australian Silver by Christine Erratt
# 135 The Stieff Company - Historic overview by Scott Perkins
# 136 The Britannia Standard for Wrought Plate by David McKinley
# 137 Toasting forks by Dorothea Burstyn
# 138 Une imitation de poin�ons Louis XV (II) An imitation of Louis XV hallmarks (II) by Christophe Ginter
# 139 Le marquage par le maitres-abonn�s sous l'Ancien R�gime The triple master silversmith mark on French silver artifacts by Lise Moor
# 140 Numeration in Silver-Plated Christofle Hollow Ware by Prof. David N. Nikogosyan
# 141 Determining the date on London Assay Office Marks - 1776-1795 by Giovanni Ciceri
# 142 British hallmarks - one cycle a time (I) by Giovanni Ciceri
# 143 Kitchen Peppers, Bun Peppers and Muffineers by David McKinley
# 144 'CAT' marks of Christofle foreign branches by Prof. David N. Nikogosyan
# 145 L'argent massif en France et le poin�on de bigorne The Bigorne mark on French silver by Robert Massart
# 146 Silver Manufacture in Brazil by Ricardo Ferreira
# 147 The English Silver Caster by David McKinley
# 148 Three important exhibitions for the collector of modern silver and other metals by Dorothea Burstyn
# 149 Une imitation de poin�ons d'�poque Louis XV (III) Another imitation of Louis XV silver hallmarks (III) by Christophe Ginter
# 150 Cinque secoli di punzoni dell'argento napoletano Five Centuries of Neapolitan Silver Marks by Claudio Morelli and Giorgio Busetto
# 151 Exhibition: Fabulous Flatware - Non-traditional Tools of the Table by Dorothea Burstyn
# 152 The Introduction of Mechanical Marking by the London Goldsmiths' Company by David McKinley
# 153 Antique Jewel Boxes as Souvenirs - American and German by Joanne Wiertella
# 154 Solid silver or silverplate? Argento o silver plate? by Andrea Menarini
# 155 Fraudulent Use of London Hallmarks by David McKinley
# 156 August Wellner & Sons, Silver Plating Foundry in Aue, Saxony by David N. Nikogosyan
# 157 A Gorham sterling match safe restored using pulse arc welder by Jeffrey Herman
# 158 Further revelations concerning the Harache workshop by David McKinley
# 159 The Double Mark Punch Used At The London Assay Office by David McKinley
# 160 A misterious Martel� Tea set by Dorothea Burstyn
# 161 Our Adventure with Sherlock Holmes by Joanne and Emmett Eldred
# 162 Spoon warmers, an often incorrectly described object by Christian M. Baur
# 163 Apprenticeship and Freedom for the English Goldsmith by David McKinley
# 164 Silver Spoons and Australian Flora by Christine Erratt
# 165 Hollow Ware Marks of Warsaw Silver Plate Factories Operated in the Russian Empire by Dr. David N. Nikogosyan
# 166 French antique silver rattles by Katherine Palthey
# 167 British cast candlesticks - A piece of beauty and a challenge for collectors by Giovanni Ciceri
# 168 Dating Unmarked Late 17th/Early 18th Century English Snuff Boxes by Bill Poynton
# 169 Stato Pontificio (Roma) punzoni dell'argento Papal States (Rome) Silver Hallmarks by Claudio Morelli and Giorgio Busetto
# 170 Marie Antoinette's Second Necessaire by Katherine Palthey
# 171 The Significance of Mote Spoon Piercing by David McKinley
# 172 The case of Richard Rugg and Robert Rew by Giovanni Ciceri
# 173 Il piacere dell'indagine The pleasure of the investigation by Andrea Menarini
# 174 The Mystery of the Sterling Lion by David McKinley
# 175 The Date Letter on English Hallmarked Silver by David McKinley
# 176 Miniature Georgian Silver Sugar Tongs by Graham Hodges
# 177 19th Century American Brightcut Flatware by Patricia Finney
# 178 There's Some Sparrowgrass in My Shoe Buckle by Mary Kay Felton
# 179 Niello Drinking Horns of Kubachi by Lazar Freidgeim
# 180 Marks of French silver-plated cutlery in the XIXth century by David N. Nikogosyan
# 181 To be a wise silver collector by Lauren Chung
# 182 Early English Mustard Pots by David McKinley
# 183 Joe Calafato: A South African creative jeweller and silversmith (1947-1984) by Fred van Staden
# 184 The Duty and Exportation Marks On English Silver Plate by David McKinley
# 185 Les orf�vres oubli�s de la R�volution Fran�aise The forgotten silversmiths of French revolution by Christophe Ginter
# 186 The Goldsmiths' Company of London's Sterling Standard by David McKinley
# 187 The History of Early English Silver Tea Equipage by David McKinley
# 188 La Famille Favier: Trois Villes et 150 Ans d'Orf�vrerie Favier Family: Three Towns and 150 Years of Silversmithing by Robert Massart
# 189 London Hallmarking on 19th Century Flatware by David McKinley
# 190 The Beauty of Pulse Arc Welding by Jeffrey Herman
# 191 Marks of Berndorf Metalware Factory by David N. Nikogosyan
# 192 16th century silver N�rnberg thimbles by Magdalena and William Isbister
# 193 La Dynastie des Orf�vres Nesme de Lyon Nesme: a dynasty of French Silversmiths active in Lyon by Robert Massart
# 194 Antique Silver Chairs in Miniature by Bill Jackman
# 195 Journeymen's Marks by David McKinley
# 196 Antique Silver Toys Miniature by Bill Jackman
# 197 Native Americans, Hester Bateman and thimbles by Magdalena and William Isbister
# 198 Italian Enamelled Compacts - Cases by Ottavio Spinelli by Michael Hetherington
# 199 Le Poin�ons de Recense en France - 1722-1984 French Inventory Marks (Poin�ons de recense) by Robert Massart
# 200 Three Decorative Spoons by David McKinley
# 201 Attribution of Two Single-die-struck Patterns by Stanley Hayes
# 202 Hallmarking of twentieth century South African precious metal artefacts Fred van Staden
# 203 Warsaw Silver Plate Companies: I. Joseph Fraget Joanna Paprocka-Gajek and David N. Nikogosyan
# 204 The Eleven O' Clock Club by Jolyon Warwick James
# 205 Warsaw Silver Plate Companies: II. Norblin/NBW by Joanna Paprocka-Gajek and David N. Nikogosyan
# 206 World War II Chaplains� Kits by Patricia F. Singer
# 207 Goldsmiths and Jewellers of Paris of 19th end 20th Century Orf�vres et joailliers du XIXe et du XXe si�cle � Paris by Robert Massart
# 208 Real or Fake? by Maurice Meslans
# 209 French Silver Thimble Masters' Marks by Magdalena and William Isbister
# 210 An English 'Fake' Mark On Decanter Labels by Maurice Meslans
# 211 Swiss Family Silver Genealogy Record by Wayne Bednersh
# 212 Marie Antoinette's Second Necessaire - Part 2 by Katherine Palthey
# 213 An Interesting Early English Spoon by David McKinley
# 214 An 18th Century Trade Silver Gorget by Steve Cox
# 215 Alfred G. Kintz, a Prolific US Designer by Patricia F. Singer
# 216 What Hath Kirstein Wrought? by Maurice Meslans
# 217 A Loving Cup overflowing with intrigue by Christine Erratt
# 218 Novelty Thimbles by Magdalena and William Isbister
# 219 Tyrolean Rebellion by Wayne Bednersh
# 220 The Parisian Haraches in London in the early 18th century by David McKinley
# 221 A Masterpiece Gone Missing by Patricia F. Singer
# 222 Armand Frenais silversmith company - a rival of Christofle by David N. Nikogosyan
# 223 Indian Trade Silver in the Americas by Steve Cox
# 224 French traditional jewellery - baptism Les bijoux traditionnels fran�ais - le bapt�me by Marc Faygen
# 225 Strange case of Bateman family and Mr. Ollivant by Giovanni Ciceri
# 226 Warsaw Silver Plate Companies: III. Brothers Henneberg by Joanna Paprocka-Gajek and David N. Nikogosyan
# 227 Silver sailing ships by Bill Jackman
# 228 Hester Bateman reappraised by David McKinley
# 229 Jade Bracelet: Examining a vintage silver 835 jade bracelet by Katherine Palthey
# 230 Trading tips in buying collectible silver by Marc Faygen
# 231 An Enigmatic Spoon by David McKinley
# 232 Victorian Pictorial ('castle'), Commemorative and Souvenir Thimbles by Magdalena and William Isbister
# 233 The Rare Spanish Carlos III Al Merito Medals by Steve Cox
# 234 Silver Fineness Marks by Giorgio Busetto
# 235 The Pantin dinasty of Rouen and London by David McKinley
# 236 Silver Enameling Techniques: Plique-�-jour by Katherine Palthey
# 237 Silver Enameling Techniques: Cloisonn� Enameling by Katherine Palthey
# 238 Enameled German Ocean Liner Thimbles by Magdalena and William Isbister
# 239 History of the B.Bohrmann foundry by Dr. David N. Nikogosyan
# 240 Goldsmiths in the Margas family of Rouen and London by David Mckinley

 

MEMBERS' WINDOW

# 1 Damian de Castro Spanish ember bowl by Giorgio Busetto
# 2 Two silver pieces of Jean Redart by Giorgio Busetto
# 3 A German beaker from .... 1576 by Giorgio Busetto
# 4 Silverware of Giuseppe Garibaldi Una forchetta di Giuseppe Garibaldi by Giorgio Busetto
# 5 A teapot of Antoine Joseph Gelle Une theiere de Antoine Joseph Gelle by Giorgio Busetto
# 6 A teapot of 18th century Une theiere du XVIIIe siecle by Raoul Verbist
# 7 A sugar bowl with St.Mark's lion by Giorgio Busetto from an idea of Fred Sinfield
# 8 A Walker & Hall coffee pot by Giorgio Busetto from an idea of Mario Rosario Bonello
# 9 Three George I casters by David Frothingham
# 10 Milk creamer and sugar bowl from Russia by Giorgio Busetto and Edward Doherty
# 11 A Tiffany serving dish and cover by Giorgio Busetto and Maurizio Perota
# 12 Two Continental silver salts Due saliere di argento europeo by Giorgio Busetto and Giorgio Guida
# 13 Wax Jack or Mustard Pot? Stoppiniera o Mostardiera? by Giorgio Busetto and Giorgio Guida
# 14 Carl Adolf Kohl: silversmith and ...cartoonist by Giorgio Busetto
# 15 An Edwardian stamp case by Giorgio Busetto
# 16 Three excellent Victorian teapots Tre teiere di qualit� di epoca Vittoriana by Giovanni Ciceri
# 17 Vases and snuffer by Giorgio Busetto, Michael Hutton and Pierre Debaillie
# 18 Casters, talc bottles and pepperettes - Three centuries of silver shakers by Giorgio Busetto
# 19 A Neresheimer & Co. silver basket by Leslie Salvage
# 20 Demons & Devils by Giorgio Busetto
# 21 Demons & Devils: an interesting addition by Fredric Sinfield
# 22 Forty years of Italian silver vases by Giorgio Busetto
# 23 A collection of Vinaigrettes by Maurizio Perota and Giorgio Busetto
# 24 An inkstand from the "Regno delle Due Sicilie"
Un calamaio dal Regno delle Due Sicilie by Attilio Porsia and Giorgio Busetto
# 25 A Danish sterling silver bowl by Hymie Dinerstein
# 26 Silver mate from South America by Giorgio Busetto
# 27 A silver 'dance card' holder by Joseph Wilmore by Giorgio Busetto
# 28 A Victorian silver wine label by Giorgio Busetto
# 29 A Scandinavian silver Hovedvandsaeg by Giorgio Busetto
# 30 Georg Jensen? ... Art Deco?... NO... Ancient Rome! by Jayne Dye
# 31 Italian baby rattles of the 20th century by Giorgio Busetto
# 32 A collection of silver and crystal cruet stands
Una collezione di oliere in argento e cristallo tra '700 e '800 by Attilio Porsia and Giorgio Busetto
# 33 Noah's Ark in silver Un'Arca di Noe' d'argento by Giorgio Busetto
# 34 A large unsolved mystery! by Fredric Sinfield
# 35 Two Elkington & Co. silver pieces Due argenti di qualita' di Elkington & Co by Giovanni Ciceri
# 36 An ancient complement for ladies hair dressing by Giorgio Busetto
# 37 Cherubs on Jewelry Boxes by Joanne Wiertella
# 38 Ten Years Later by Giorgio Busetto
# 39 An Octagonal Edwardian silver mustard pot by Robert Massart
# 40 A solid silver mustard pot - Paris 1834/1838 by Robert Massart
# 41 Two Vodka Servers from East Europe by Robert Massart
# 42 A Tobacco Box by Fredric Sinfield
# 43 The missing centre piece of a Russian double salt-cellar by Willand Ringborg
# 44 Trust a dealer? by Fred Sinfield
# 45 Russian Fakes by Willand Ringborg
# 46 An "Early Georgian" Salt Cellar by Robert Massart
# 47 A Scottish Provincial Salt Spoon by Robert Massart
# 48 A French Silver Mustard Pot by Robert Massart
# 49 Collecting silver and silver plate bookmarks by Howard Schecter
# 50 A Hanau Silver with an uncommon London Import Hallmark by Les Salvage
# 51 A Silver Chalice from Sicily by Giorgio Busetto
# 52 Salt Cellars from Genoa and Genoa Silver Hallmarks by Giorgio Busetto
# 53 Marks of European Silver Plate - I. Sandrik, Slovakia by Prof. David N. Nikogosyan
# 54 A Victorian Sterling Silver Hip Flask by Robert Massart
# 55 Silver Kantharos from Pompeii by Giorgio Busetto
# 56 A Silver Cigarette/Cheroot Case by Robert Massart
# 57 Marks of European Silver Plate: II. Fraget & Norblin, Poland/Russia by Prof. David N. Nikogosyan
# 58 Marks of European Silver Plate: III. Bohrmann, Hartmann & Hepp, Germany by Prof. David N. Nikogosyan
# 59/1 Marks of European Silver Plate: IV. Hacker & Herrmann, Austria: by Prof. David N. Nikogosyan
# 59/2 A Swedish Bratina by Kari Helenius
# 60 Sterling silver trophies for Indian Thoroughbreds by Siddarth Chand Lall and Giorgio Busetto
# 61 Marks of European Silver Plate: V. Krupp & Wellner, Italy by Prof. David N. Nikogosyan
# 62 Silver Mustard Pot - London 1798 by Robert Massart
# 63/1 Marks of European Silver Plate: VI. WMF W�rttembergische Metallwarenfabrik , Germany by Prof. David N. Nikogosyan
# 63/2 Russian Fakes - A differing opinion by Dov Wulich
# 64 Glimpses of India's History by Michael Thomas
# 65 Silver Pepper Pots of the 19th & 20th Century by Robert Massart
# 66 The Fischer Chess Spoon Story by Wayne Bednersh
# 67/1 An unmarked Monteith by Alan Yates
# 67/2 A pipe collection with silver complements by Piero Eduardo and Giorgio Busetto
# 68 Russian cigarette cases with tinder cord and match/striker compartment by Postnikov
# 69 Three Centuries of Cauldron Salts by Robert Massart
# 70 The Mysterious mark on an Italian coffee pot by Pietro Fantazzini and Giorgio Busetto
# 72 Smoking a 160-years-old pipe by RevDr. John Wade Long, Jr and Giorgio Busetto
# 73 Silver on My Mind by Katy Galewski
# 74 Gorham & Co for Tiffany & Co by Les Salvage
# 75 London Salts of the 18th Century by Maria Entrup-Henemann
# 76 The Russian cigarette case - from Faberg� to GULAG by Postnikov
# 77 Marks of European Silver Plate: VII. Gallia, Alfenide/Christofle, France by Prof. David N. Nikogosyan
# 78 A Silver Mustard Pot - Birmingham 1906 by Robert Massart
# 79 Russian Napkin Rings by Postnikov
# 81 An Arrowhead Spoon by Wayne Bednersh
# 82 Niello Silver from Vienna by C. Bruno Bruni
# 83 Life History of a Small Caster or Just a Fairytale by Maria Entrup-Henemann
# 84/1 Marks of European Silver Plate: VIII. Dufva by Prof. David N. Nikogosyan
# 84/2 Collecting George III Silver Teapots and Stands by Joanne and Emmett Eldred
# 85 Our Collecting Guidelines (1) - Form by Joanne and Emmett Eldred
# 86 Our Collecting Guidelines (2) - Originality by Joanne and Emmett Eldred
# 87 Our Collecting Guidelines (3) - Engraving by Joanne and Emmett Eldred
# 88 Marks of European Silver Plate: IX. Szandrik, Austro-Hungary/ Sandrik, Czechoslovakia by David N. Nikogosyan
# 89 Our Collecting Guidelines (4) - Hallmarks by Joanne and Emmett Eldred
# 90 Before and After by Jeffrey Herman
# 91 Three Newborns for a Silver Mug by Alan Yates and Giorgio Busetto
# 92 Our Collecting Guidelines (5) - Condition by Joanne and Emmett Eldred
# 93 Our Collecting Guidelines (6) - Crest or Coat-of-Arms by Joanne and Emmett Eldred
# 94 Marks of European Silver Plate: X. Wellner, Germany by Dr. David N.Nikogosyan
# 95 Silver hallmarks: reproducing English and misunderstanding Italians by Alan Yates
# 96 Marks of European Silver Plate: XI. Wellner, Holland by Dr. David N. Nikogosyan
# 97 Collecting Silver Cow Creamers by Craig Dorman
# 98 Chinese Flatware from India by Alan Yates
# 99 Marks of European Silver Plate: XII. Fraget, Russia/Poland by Dr. David N. Nikogosyan
# 100 Before and After on a Tiffany Sterling Plate by Jeffrey Herman
# 101 Marks of European Silver Plate: XIII. Norblin, Russia/Poland by Dr. David N. Nikogosyan
# 102 A tea kettle by Liberty & Company by Giovanni Ciceri
# 103 Silver of Colonial interest by Alan Yates
# 104 A 'Japanese' style bachelor tea set by Giovanni Ciceri
# 105 Marks of European Silver Plate: XIV: WMF (Hollow Ware and Trays) by Dr. David N. Nikogosyan
# 106: Before and After on a Gorham Martel� Vase by Jeffrey Herman
# 107.1: Take time when dating hallmarks by Christine Erratt
# 107.2: The trowel unveiled by Alan Yates
# 108: Sterling Silver or Silverplate? by Alan Yates
# 109: Marks used by Joseph Fraget company on silver-plated hollow ware by David N. Nikogosyan and Joanna Paprocka-Gajek
# 110: An unusual pseudo mark by Alan Yates
# 111: Marks used by Norblin/Bros. Buch/N.B.W. companies on silver-plated hollow ware by David N. Nikogosyan and Joanna Paprocka-Gajek
# 112: An interesting spoon from Augsburg by Maurice Meslans
# 113 The Filigree of Porto - Gondomar (Portugal) Le filigran� de Porto - Gondomar (Portugal) by Christophe Ginter
# 114: Marks of European Silver Plate: XV: WMF (Cutlery & Napkin Rings) by Dr. David N. Nikogosyan
# 115: A contemporary mote spoon by Christine Erratt
# 116: A very odd set of spoons by Maurice Meslans
# 117: Marks used by Brothers Henneberg Company for silver-plated hollow ware and flatware by David N. Nikogosyan and Joanna Paprocka-Gajek
# 118: The mystery: A silver Byzantium orthodox cross by Elvira Ter Horst
# 119: The Prize Cup of Victoria Mounted Rifles by Alan Yates
# 120: A platter from Bayonne by Pierre Saric
# 121: B.Bohrmann / B.Bohrmann Nachfolger: List of Marks by Dr. David N. Nikogosyan

 

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