Featured Antique Stanton Hall Silver Flatware. Stanton Hall by Oneida Sterling Silver Flatware Sets and single pieces. Browse this selection of Stanton Hall Sterling Silver Flatware and find your next treasure.
Featured Antique Chippendale Sterling Silver. The Chippendale pattern includes French Chippendale, English Chippendale and the simple Chippendale design.
Antique & Vintage Newport Gorham Silver, nut spoon, punch bowl, weaved rim tray, coffee carafe, tilting coffee pot, serving dish, salt shaker, water pitcher and many more silver plate pieces to add to your antique silver collection.
Featured Antique Damask Rose Sterling Silver Flatware. Browse through these beautiful Antique Heirloom Damask Rose Flatware in sets and single pieces.
Featured Antique English Gadroon silverware is the perfect way to add some Old World grandeur to your dinner table! Browse these examples of Gorham Gadroon Flatware in select pieces or full sets.
Featured Antique Grande Baroque Silverware. Styled in the lavish Baroque manner, this is a highly collectible pattern. Introduced in 1941, it captures classic symbols of the Renaissance in the exquisitely carved pillar and acanthus leaf curved as in nature.
Featured La Scala Antique Sterling Silverware. Introduced in 1964, the finely tooled design incorporates deeply carved borders with lavish scrollwork enhanced by intermittent floral details and a striking rosette crowning the neck.
Featured Antique LaSalle Dominick & Haff Sterling Silver. The origins of Dominick & Haff can be traced back to Gale & Sticker in 1821. Important makers of a full line of sterling flatware and hollow-ware.
Browse through these listings of the gorgeous Greenbrier Gorham Sterling Silver Flatware and Serving Pieces.
Featured Antique Georg Jensen Silverware. A whole flatware set may be very expensive, but individual pieces are quite affordable, so a large service can be built over many years.
Featured Antique Moselle Grape Silverware. This Vintage pattern of silver-plated flatware was introduced by International Silver Co. in 1904 and continuously produced until about 1918, with new pieces being added to the line from time to time.