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May 20, 2022

0 Annual Silver & Jewelry Catalogs

Our annual silver and jewelry catalogs for 2021 are now available for digital viewing. They offer a range of beautiful, interesting, and rare silver and jewelry. Please have a look, and, if anything catches your eye, give us a call.  

Author Ben Miller
May 19, 2022

1 They Made This Place: The Lipton Collection

Our latest catalog, featuring the fine silver and paintings of the Lipton Collection, on view for the first time in 70 years, is now available.

Author Ben Miller
June 17, 2021

0 Exhibition and Catalog | Paul Storr | 17 June – 16 July

Our first exhibition since Covid features extraordinary pieces by the greatest Regency silversmith. If you’re able to visit in person, we’ll be very happy to see you here, and will express that happiness in the form of refreshments. Either way, please take a moment to look through the catalog online below, or click here to download and print it...

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Author Ben Miller
December 4, 2020

0 Annual Silver & Jewelry Catalogs

Our 2020 catalogs are now available for digital viewing. They offer a range of beautiful, interesting, and rare silver and jewelry. Please have a look, and, if anything catches your eye, give us a call.

Author Ben Miller
March 22, 2020

2 Shrubsole’s Terzameron

In an effort to alleviate the anxiety, and the boredom, attendant on being a responsible citizen in this very serious situation, we propose thirty days of minor entertainment. Modelled after Boccaccio’s Decameron, Shrubsole’s Terzameron, or, Thirty Stories in Silver, is unlikely to eclipse that masterpiece. But like Boccaccio’s ten exiles from Florence, we three (Tim, Jim,...

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March 21, 2020

2 Terzameron Day 30

Dialectical Materialism Tim Martin We have more stories to tell, more objects to celebrate, more people to remember, but it will have to wait. Commerce calls. This is the last post of the Terzameron. Thank you for reading it and thank you for all your emails and phone calls! It has been fun to hear...

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Author Tim Martin
March 21, 2020

0 Terzameron Day 29

Last of its Tribe Tim Martin When I was a kid I was interested in Native American life. I was fascinated by “Ishi, Last of His Tribe,” purloined from my dad’s library, about a native American who came out of the mountains in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada. He was the last survivor of...

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Author Tim Martin
March 21, 2020

1 Terzameron Day 28

Sentimental Silver Ben Miller This is Ben, here with what will be my last contribution to the Terzameron series. And as this is my last chance, I’m going to ask you to indulge a little self-reflection. Some of you know that I grew up in Tennessee. Owning antiques in the South is a little different from how...

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Author Ben Miller
March 21, 2020

0 Terzameron Day 27

The Best Policy Tim Martin The discovery detailed in yesterday’s post—a mark known since at least 1912 and now attributable to the long-lost scion of Europe’s greatest family of goldsmiths—hinged, as the reader will recall, on the discovery of a photograph of the mark on a crucial object. The reader may also recall the reason...

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Author Tim Martin
March 21, 2020

0 Terzameron Day 26

Once More Into the Weeds, Dear Friends Tim Martin “Although I have made a prolonged study of all the Royal plate at Windsor Castle, the Tower of London and the Chapel Royal, St. James’s Palace, I have failed to identify any vessels which can be assigned definitely to the hands of Christian van Vianen, or...

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Author Tim Martin