Antique Silver Information
Dart Silver have compiled the following list of antique silver information websites for your information.
A comprehensive database of British makers marks.
An information site that contains details of sugar tongs from the Georgian period. Hundreds of pictures of tongs and makers marks. In conclusion, a complete reference site useful for collectors of all kinds of silver from this period.
World renowned publishers of definitive books on antiques and decorative arts. Above all, many are recognised as standard works of reference.
High street shop with a wide range and, moreover, international delivery
Edinburgh Antique and Modern Silver Dealers and Silversmiths. Holloware, flatware and collectables from 17th century to the present day. Similarly, giftware and contemporary silver.
Fine Antique English Porcelain & Silver. An established family business founded in 1960. Above all, specialising in fine 18th and 19th century English porcelain, collectable silver and objets d’art.
A small collection of Antique Silver and Objects of Vertu. All you need to know about antique silver
Specialist in antique silver, offering interesting information on southern and mid-western silversmiths. In addition, antique Americana and rare, out-of-print, books.
Antiques for sale on UK based Antique trading website. For instance, Antique Silver, Antique Ceramics, Antique Furniture, Antique Pottery, Wedgwood, Susie Cooper, Collectables and more.
The place to find antique dealers, antique auctions and, in addition, the best antique marks reference online.
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A website dedicated to everything connected with antique silver spoons and, in addition, associated flatware and canteens.
Specialising in Antique Silver, Georg Jensen and, similarly, British Post War Silver.
A super informative website run by Dr David Shlosberg. In other words, everything one needs to know about antique tea tongs can be found here. Moreover, Dr Shlosberg is very well known as the leading expert in this field.
Specialising in Indian and, similarly, Indian Colonial Silver.
Specialising in provincial silver made in Exeter.
A wonderful informational blog by Harish Patel, very knowledgeable on all aspects of Indian silver during the Raj. As a result, Kutch, Kashmir, Calcutta, Madras, Lucknow & other regions are covered.