Silver: Pewter: Sheffield Plate

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SILVER: PEWTER: SHEFFIELD PLATE

by FRED W. BURGESS

AUTHOR OF Old Pottery and Porcelain, Antique Jewelry and Trinkets, Household Curios, ETC.

WITH 85 ILLUSTRATIONS

MCMXXXVII TUDOR PUBLISHING COMPANY NEW YORK

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents xi
  • List of Illustrations xiii
  • Chapter I- Antique Plate 1
  • Chapter II- Famous Silversmiths 15
  • Chapter III- Early Examples 26
  • Chapter IV- Greek and Roman Silver 34
  • Chapter V- Silver in the Middle Ages 45
  • Chapter VI- The Marking of Silver 60
  • Chapter VII- Tudor Plate 72
  • Chapter VIII- Domestic Silver--Seventeenth Century 85
  • Chapter IX- Domestic Plate--Eighteenth Century 94
  • Chapter X- Domestic Plate--Nineteenth Century 109
  • Chapter XI- Ecclesiastical Plate 117
  • Chapter XII- Ecclesiastical Plate (continued) 128
  • Chapter XIII- College Plate 137
  • Chapter XIV- Municipal Plate 141
  • Chapter XV- Royal Plate 149
  • Chapter XVI- Plate of the City Companies 159
  • Chapter XVII- American Flate 162
  • Chapter XVIII- Spoons 167
  • Chapter XIX- Tankards and Cups 178
  • Chapter XX- Salt Cellars 191
  • Chapter XXI- Bowls and Mazers 199
  • Chapter XXII 204
  • Chapter XXIII- Punch Bowls and Ladles 211
  • Chapter XXIV- The Tea Table 218
  • Chapter XXV- Tea Caddies and Caddy Spoons 226
  • Chapter XVII- Urns- Vases 229
  • Chapter XXXII- Sheffield Plate 234
  • Chapter XXVIII- Irish Silver 245
  • Chapter XXIX- Snuff Boxes 251
  • Chapter XXX- Prices of Silver 256
  • Conclusions 270
  • Chapter XXXI 271
  • Chapter XXVII- Knives and Forks 280
  • Chapter XXXIII- Miscellaneous 288
  • Index 300
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