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Minton : Staffordshire (c. 1850-1851) - Dessert stand (jelly or cream) (from the 'Victoria' pattern dessert service) | Glazed and unglazed bone china, painted in enamels and gilded  | Purchased by Queen Victoria from the stand of Minto & Co. at the Great Exhibition, 1851 |  Royal Collection Trust/© Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2014

Minton : Staffordshire (c. - Dessert stand (jelly or cream) (from the 'Victoria' pattern dessert service)

Victorian Bridal Bowl Footed Basket Hamilton Silver Plate | eBay

Victorian Bridal Bowl Footed Basket Hamilton Silver Plate | eBay

Minton : Staffordshire (c. 1793-1873) - Dessert stand (jelly or cream) (from the 'Victoria' pattern dessert service)

Minton : Staffordshire (c. - Dessert stand (jelly or cream) (from the Victoria pattern dessert service)

Vintage/Antique Dolly Varden Midsilcraft EPNS #193 Silver Plate Basket  #DollyVardenMidsilcraft

Vintage/Antique Dolly Varden Midsilcraft EPNS #193 Silver Plate Basket #DollyVardenMidsilcraft

Bird Sterling Silver Centerpiece by J.R. Wendt and Company

Birds adorn this sterling silver centrepiece bowl on stand, by J. Wendt and Company.

English Porcelain Partial Dessert Service Botanical Flowers Green Ground circa 1840 Cake Stand Footed Plate Tazza

Antique English Porcelain Partial Dessert Service Botanical Flowers Green Ground circa 1840 Cake Stand Footed Plate Tazza

Love the different heights of this Antique English Porcelain Dessert Stand set. Would be great to see it mixed with other vintage stands that complement but don't perfectly match.

Sterling silver centerpiece bowl J.E. Caldwell & Co., Philadelphia, PA, circa 1910 Oval bowl, the exterior incised with flowerheads, C-scrolls, and latticework, the everted reticulated rim and foot with similar motif, monogrammed.

Sterling silver centerpiece bowl J.E. Caldwell & Co., Philadelphia, PA, circa 1910 Oval bowl, the exterior incised with flowerheads, C-scrolls, and latticework, the everted reticulated rim and foot with similar motif, monogrammed.

How to Care for your Antique and Vintage Silver

Taking care of your Antique and Vintage Silver is part of the pleasure of owning it. There is something satisfying about taking a piece of Silver with lots of tarnish {unless you Love tarnish!

A small, silver sugar bowl from the late 1700s, complete with a tiny latch for a tiny lock. The mistress of the house would have kept the key herself, as sugar was far too precious to leave unprotected.

A small, silver sugar bowl from the late complete with a tiny latch for a tiny lock. The mistress of the house would have kept the key herself, as sugar was far too precious to leave unprotected.

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