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The Shanghai Jazz Age as Depicted through Silver Cocktail Shakers (6/4/13)
Lain Chang cocktail shaker銀色上海爵士樂年代 Shanghai in the 1920s was New York without the speakeasies! It was a city ready, ripe and totally made for … More >>


Chinese Clouds Have always had Silver Linings! China Puts a Large Value on Silver (5/31/13)
Hung Chong tea setHistorically, silver has always had a greater value within China than anywhere else in the world. Today, as with most … More >>


Chinese Export Silver: The Silver Category That Eluded Everyone (5/15/13)
Wang Hing Chinese Export TygIt’s not uncommon that I get torn off a strip by antique silver experts for the fact I’m forever extolling … More >>


Chinese Export Silver an Oft-Forgotten yet Significant Antique Silver Category (5/1/13)
lidded Chinese Export Silver centerpiece by Wang HingChinese Export Silver (1785-1940) is a much-forgotten, yet highly significant antique silver category. Early Chinese Export Silver was comprised mostly … More >>


Antiques Auction Forum Podcast: Adrien von Ferscht on Chinese Export Silver (3/1/13)
Adrien von FerschtIn this week’s installment of the Antiques Auction Forum podcast, Martin Willis speaks with Adrien von Ferscht, of Glasgow, Scotland, … AudioPlayer.embed("audioplayer_1", {soundFile:"aHR0cDovL3d3dy53b3J0aHBvaW50LmNvbS93cC1jb250ZW50L3VwbG9hZHMvMjAxMy8wMi8xMjktYWRyaWVuLWZvci11cGxvYWQubXAzA"}); More >>


Picasso Plate Expected to be Top Lot at Multi-Estate Auction (2/19/13)
Picasso plateNEW ORLEANS – A silver plate showing an image of a bull’s head by the renowned artist Pablo Picasso and … More >>


Revere Teapot, Martha Washington’s China Highlight Christie’s Americana Week (1/21/13)
revere tea potNEW YORK — A series of American antiques sales, featuring offerings of silver, furniture, folk art, prints, pottery and Chinese … More >>


Dining with Antiques – Pierced Sterling Serving Pieces (7/5/11)
Gorham LuxembourgWealthy Victorians had a formal, unique serving utensil for almost every kind of food—oysters, asparagus, bone marrow, crackers, fruit preserves, … More >>


Cincinnati Silver Tableware Still Shines 200 Years Later (11/16/10)
twist-handle coin silver forks When Cincinnati’s first settlers arrived in 1788, they dreamed of establishing a trade center along the water highway of … More >>


Sheffield and Silver Plate: What to Look For (7/14/09)
Elegant Opaline glass & silverplated butter keeper, circa 1870, in Classical Taste by Joseph Rogers of Sheffield, England. The social background for the discovery of the methods of plating on copper used in the Sheffield process is quite … More >>


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