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Sterling Silver938 of 1311Edwardian Sterling Silver Nut Dishes ~ Birmingham 1905Made in England Silver baby teether/Rattle
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Posted 3 years ago


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Acquired at an estate auction.

Although I'm more of an English sterling, kind of gal, I believe I have dated this piece accurately. If I am mistaken, please don't hesistate to correct me : )

I don't know, the history of this piece, or any background info., so feel free to share, any tidbits, which you may have.


P.S. These photos were taken, some years ago, w/ an older, digital camera. I will, at some point, try to snap a few current photos, using today's, higher res. & macro capabilities.


  1. stainedglass stainedglass, 3 years ago
    Thanks for the love, Deanteaks!
  2. stainedglass stainedglass, 3 years ago
    Sincere thanks, Hedgewalker, for showing so much love!!
  3. stainedglass stainedglass, 3 years ago
    Lol! Thank you, Bellin68...if it wasn't for the "lacey" edging, it would so be, a "man" piece! : )
  4. Hedgewalker Hedgewalker, 3 years ago
    Oh believe me stainedglass we guys like lacey too !
  5. stainedglass stainedglass, 3 years ago
    Well, I'll be darned, Hedgewalker....then it is true...this piece would be, right at home, within the best of man-caves!! : )
  6. pickrknows pickrknows, 2 years ago
    Hi stainedglass, I have a very similar piece to this, was desperately searching for any hallmarks with no luck, and I began to think that maybe these were not marked,but yours definatly is,so now I'm back to try looking again or it might be that mine is not sterling:(
    Thanks for sharing, it's a great piece!
  7. stainedglass stainedglass, 2 years ago
    @ Bernie: Thanks again! On pieces, similar, the hallmark, is usually discretely placed, near/amongst the depicted scene. Sometimes, it blends in, so well, that you can easily miss it!
  8. eyesopen eyesopen, 2 years ago
    Hi stained glass, I'd agree, it would look mighty fine in my mancave.
    Would you be able to have a look at my snow white silver/pewter cup and saucer? so far I havnt been able to solve the mystery about it yet.
    Maybe you'd know a bit more about the date of it?
  9. stainedglass stainedglass, 2 years ago
    Thank you, so much, again, bratjdd : )
  10. pickrknows pickrknows, 2 years ago
    Hi stainedglass, had another closer look at the piece I mentioned to you, decided to try to post it also, but my camera is not all that unfortunately!
    I still do not see any marks, and with my lack of quality pictures, neither will anyone else. Just wondered if you have seen the form before.
  11. Yohanna Yohanna, 2 years ago
    You can see the 900 silver content on the front the scene is called cracker barrel it originated in germany by a jewish gent cannot remebe rhis it will tell you.So probably is of German origin.I had a silver matchbox cover with the same scene but mine was stamped for hans jensen Denmark.You find this kind of scene on many silver items..

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