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Wednesday, August 12, 2009

We Need Topics!

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4 comments:

David said...

TOPIC: Identifying Marked, Patented Sterling Silver with no manufacturer's name.

Anonymous said...

I would like to know more about silver flatware patterns of famous/historic people. I remember reading Luci Johnson chose Old Maryland Engraved; Lynda Johnson chose Chantilly, and sets in these patterns were given to them as wedding gifts by Congress. Any more info like this?

Judy said...

I am looking to purchase Wallace rose point silverware. Where should I look

Silver Jim said...

This is a response to the previous comment:

I have a few Rose Point pieces on eBay at www.GeorgiaSilver.com. There are many other pieces available on eBay from other sellers. You might also try www.replacements.com and www.silverqueen.com.

If you live in a large metro area, there might be estate silver shops nearby. Here is an example of two here in Atlanta: www.beverlybremer.com and www.hgrobertson.com.

Hope this helps.

Jim