Warners Antique Silver News
Take a look at the antique silver tankards and silver mugs displayed on the Warners Antique Silver website.
Silver tankards and silver mugs would make the perfect gift for the man in your life this Christmas! The magnificent George 11 antique silver tankard displayed here is included in our 10% off Christmas sale. You can see all the details of this superb Georgian tankard by clicking here.
Antique silver tankards and antique silver mugs make magnificent gifts. Edwardian silver and Victorian silver gifts can be more affordable and the full range is diplayed on the Warners Antique Silver website.
It is easy to buy antique silver online using our website where the check out procedure is simple to follow. While our sale is still on, give me a call on 07979761819 and I will reduce the price on this antique silver tankard by 10%, or indeed on any other antique silver item which takes your fancy!
Don't forget that silver tankards - Georgian, William 1V, Victorian or Edwardian - make very suitable gifts for an eighteenth or twenty first birthday! Take advantage while the sale is on!
Here is the perfect family gift which would enhance any Christmas dining table - and Warners Antique Silver are offering a special discount of 20% on this beautiful antique Edwardian silver bowl. Click here for details.
This is a heavy and substantial piece of silver in excellent condition and it is perhaps unusual to find such a fine examle with no engravings or crests, no repairs and no defects.
This lovely silver basket looks glorious laden with fruit and is indeed an eye-catching centre piece for any Christmas table. Take a look at our antique silver candlesticks as well - they would create a stunning display!
If you are interested in purchasing this antique silver bowl/basket please give me a call on 07979 761819 and the price on the website will be adjusted down by 20%. This offer can only last until Christmas Day.
Until the New Year all other pieces of antique sterling silver on the Warners Antique Silver website are being offered with a 10% discount. Please call the above number.
10% off is only available until the New Year. So if you are looking for that perfect gift which also provides a solid investment look no further than Warners Antique Silver Dealers.
Buy now for those special silver christening presents or unique silver birthday presents while this offer lasts!
Would you like to give a really superb Christmas present this year? Antique silver doesn't have to be too expensive, and just to give you a little added incentive we are offering 10% off all our antique silver until the New Year.
Please give me a call or contact me through the website and I will adjust the price accordingly on any piece of antique silver - be it Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian or modern.
I hope you find a suitable piece of antique silver that would make a stunning gift for your loved one this Christmas,
Look no further than Warners Antique Silver to find that exclusive piece of silver - not just for Christmas but for Christenings, special birthdays and weddings as well.
This gorgeous Victorian antique silver swing-handled sugar basket is discounted to just £355.50. Click here or on the link below for details.
Pear-shaped silver coffee pots were popular in the last half of the 18th century. The George 111 antique silver coffee pots currently displayed on the Warners Antique Silver website are of plain form.
If you should come across a Georgian antique coffee pot which has been chased, you should ensure that the decoration is original. It is quite often the case that chasing has been applied in Victorian or Edwardian times.
An antique silver coffee pot can only pour properly if the spout has been set no lower than the middle of the pot. If a low spout it is likely that the coffee will be sludgy rather than smooth!
A beautiful and perfect wedding present perhaps?
Click here or on the link below to see full details of this handsome George 111 antique silver coffee pot by William Skeen. London 1764.
The name caddy comes from the Maly word cati. Tea was actually sold by the cati, which represents a weight of 0.5 kg.
Caddies originated in the late 17th Century in the reign of King William 111, but they were rare at that time due to the high cost of tea.
Tea caddies became more popular as tea becme cheaper during the 18th century when George 1, George 11, George 111, George 1V, William 1V and Victoria were on the throne. As the tea became cheaper, tea caddies naturally became larger!
Early Georgian examples would normally be oblong in shape and have a pull off cylindrical lid. The lid would serve as a measure for the tea.
The antique silver tea caddy displayed here is one of many on the Warners Antique Silver website. Anyone for tea? Click on the link beneath the tea caddy for full details
As antique silver dealers we occasionally come across pieces of silver, such as tankards, cups, silver tea caddies among many other items that are engraved with coats of arms or crests. Identification of these engravings can be time consuming but we thought our readers might be interested in the significance of heraldry.