Tag Archives: Flatware

Great Collections: January 2019

Great Collections: January 2019

Silver Collection Favorites at the Charleston Museum by Grahame Long, Curator of History The Charleston Museum, America’s first museum founded 1773, continues with its mission to educate visitors about the natural and cultural history of the South Carolina Lowcountry through collections, exhibitions, preservation, programs and research. Within its vast exhibition halls is the Christopher T. […]

Pewter: Is It Worth Anything?

Pewter: Is It Worth Anything?

by William Lipovsky, First Quarter Finance, firstquarterfinance.com Pewter is a metal alloy of tin and lead, but it’s mostly composed of tin. Tin prices generally fluctuate between $7 and $11 per pound. When selling for scrap, you can expect to get roughly 50% of the current price – so scrap pewter, therefore, is generally worth […]

Gavels n' Paddles: Tiffany sterling flatware, $16,675, White’s Auctions

Gavels n' Paddles: Tiffany sterling flatware, $16,675, White’s Auctions

Results of Recent Auctions From Around the World by Ken Hall A 256-piece Tiffany & Company sterling flatware set in the Flemish pattern (1911M), in the original fitted oak case, sold for $16,675 at an auction held May 26 by White’s Auctions in Middleboro, Mass. Also, a pair of 19th century basalt and white cameo […]