Silver

  • Bat Mitzvahs
    Bat Mitzvahs are important rites of passage. Though Bat Mitzvahs traditionally take place when a girl turns 12, they often occur when she is 13. Boys celebrate their Bar Mitzvahs when they turn 13, ....
  • Monogrammed Sterling Silver
    The presence of monogrammed sterling silver on a well-set table has long been a symbol of wealth, taste, culture, and style. Along with fine linens, perfect stemware, and delicate china, sterling sil....
  • Sterling Silver Baby Cups
    My own sterling silver baby cup is one of my most treasured possessions. It's tiny, at just two and a half inches tall and two and a half inches wide. I smile in wonder at the thought that I ever wa....
  • Silver Websites
    Silver websites can be wonderful resources for appreciators of vintage sterling silver. They allow all the slow perusing one enjoys in a by-the-road antique mall, without any of the roadside dust. A....
  • Dreidels
    Although Hanukkah is not regarded as one of the most important religious holidays for Jewish people, it may be the most popular. Perhaps the popularity of Hanukkah can be explained by its emphasis on....
  • Wallace Sterling Silver Flatware
    Wallace sterling silver is one of the most enduring and successful flatware companies in the United States. Since 1835, Wallace has strived for excellence in the areas of innovation, design and produ....
  • Sterling Silver Baby Spoons
    Vintage sterling silver baby spoons are unique examples of the fine craftsmanship which made 19th century American silversmiths the finest in the world. The detail of antique patterns is unmatched in....
  • Monogrammed Gifts
    For hundreds of years, monogrammed gifts have been the traditional gift for major milestone events. Weddings, births, anniversaries, retirements are just some of the rites of passage that are commemor....
  • Elegant Gifts
    Vintage sterling silver pieces are among the most elegant gifts to give. Sterling is always symbolic of quiet good taste. As a result, vintages sterling silver pieces are ideal for workplace gifts. ....
  • Passover Plates
    Jewish people celebrate Passover, or Pesach, with a seder. Depending on which sect of Judaism one follows, this seder will take place either on the first night of Pesach, or during the first two nigh....