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Old base metal spoons

F. G. Hilton Price

Old base metal spoons

by F. G. Hilton Price

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Published by B.T. Batsford in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Spoons.,
  • Hallmarks.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesBase metal spoons.
    Statementwith illustrations and marks by F.G. Hilton Price.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNK8450 .P8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2, [3], 99 p. :
    Number of Pages99
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7019156M
    LC Control Number10012557
    OCLC/WorldCa3705073

    I bought this spoon at an antique mall and the sales clerk called it pot metal. In my mind I had my doubts and it was a good price if it was coin (not a great price just a good price). I suspected it might be coin based not only on its style but because of the impressed marks on the back and the detailed engraved crest on the front.   Antique Silverware Value. Silverware is a term used to describe knives, forks, and spoons otherwise known as cutlery. It’s often called silverware because it is made of silver, coated with silver or even looks like silver. Valuable antique silverware is either made of or coated with real silver. Silver is a valuable metal and has a value as.

    Antique silver flatware was made in sterling silver or was silver plated, which is an application of a thin layer of silver on a base metal. Hallmarking are marks required by law placed on the silver to indicate the maker, date, place of manufacture and/or purity of the silver. Because silver is too soft for functional use, alloys need to be added. From reading your book, The Essential Guide to Old, Antique and Ancient Metal Spoons, I have come to the conclusion that it is a latten spoon from the later part of 17th century, with a strawberry knop and a maker's mark of three spoons, one inverted, surrounded by a dotted circle. Visible in the mark is also one initial, an "R".

      From reading your book, The Essential Guide to Old, Antique and Ancient Metal Spoons, I have come to the conclusion that it is a latten spoon from the later part of 17th century, with a strawberry knop and a maker's mark of three spoons, one inverted, surrounded by a dotted e in the mark is also one initial, an "R". The second initial is no longer visible. Around a hundred years ago, C J Jackson wrote The Spoon and its history, a paper covering mainly silver spoons from ancient times until the nineteenth century and F G Hilton Price wrote Old Base Metal Spoons, covering base metal spoons between the 14th and 18th centuries.5/5(2).


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Muster altitalienischer Leinenstickrei. Lady Charlotte Schreiber's journals. Cited by: 3. The book is basically divided into three sections: the first covers the development of spoons, particularly silver, from earliest times; the second covers old base metal spoons and the third, some continental spoons, many of which have been found in Britain.5/5(2).

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Spoons made of pewter or the copper alloy latten may have been the humbler relatives of silverware in days gone by, but they can still be of great antique interest and value.

In this guide, originally published inFG Hilton Price looks at many spoons mainly dating from the 14th to the 17th centuries. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK Kodi Archive and Support File Vintage Software Community Software APK MS-DOS CD-ROM Software CD-ROM Software Library.

Old base metal spoons by Price, F. Hilton (Frederick George Hilton), Publication date TopicsPages: If you have any interest in Collecting Old Base Metal Spoons, this is a great book to have in your collection. The original edition of this Rare book was printed in /5(K). Internet Archive BookReader Old base metal spoons.

The Essential Guide to Old, Antique and Ancient Metal Spoons By David Villanueva This illustrated guide to spoons has been produced for finders, collectors, family historians and anyone interested in spoons from earliest times to the nineteenth century.

Before that period spoons in onlinary domestic use were probably made either of wood or horn, as may be seen in the Museums.

As few or perhaps no base metal spoons were then made in England, the better class of people were glad to make use of the latten spoons which were imported from Size: 5MB. resume is desirable. Old Base Metal Spoons, by the late Mr. Hilton Price, Dir.S.A., is practically the only work on the subject of English base metal spoons, although they are referred to in a few books on silver and pewter, but none of them deals with.

The book is basically divided into three sections: the first covers the development of spoons, particularly silver, from earliest times; the second covers old base metal spoons and the third, some continental spoons, many of which have been found in : David Villanueva.

Look to see how the spoon is made. Until the s, the stem and the bowl were fashioned separately and then soldered together, says Stephen Helliwell in his book “Small Silver Tableware.” From the s onwards, spoons were stamped and shaped from a single piece of metal. Therefore a spoon made in two pieces in likely to be very early indeed.

The book is basically divided into three sections: the first covers the development of spoons, particularly silver, from earliest times; the second covers old base metal spoons and the third, some continental spoons, many of which have been found in Britain.

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Hailed as “the duke and duchess of the antiques world,” they have written more than books and special reports about collecting. Their bylined column is the longest-running syndicated weekly column in the country, distributed to more than newspapers.This book is a selection of marks on file that relate primarily to tableware items, from the late 18th century to about These marks were used on tableware and other small hardware goods made in base metals in Great Britain, Germany, France and the United States.At first I got these spoons because they seemed like they would be good transition spoons between plastic baby spoons and metal adult ones, but soon figured out they have an even better use: they are GREAT to use on the go when you need to quickly chop up larger chunks of food into bite-sized pieces, but don't have a knife.