Sterling silverware, flatware, and holloware sets can be worth quite a bit of money. Although the price of silver is much less than the price of gold, silverware carries a lot of weight. Sterling silverware will have a hallmark of “sterling”, “.925” or even a lion with it’s paw in the air as a symbol showing the item is sterling silver. Silverware is typically sterling which means its 92.5% pure silver, but some silverware is considered “coin silver” and only 90% pure. We’ve also seen hallmarks with the symbol, “.800” meaning that it’s 80% silver.
Do you have a sterling silverware set you never use? Bring that set of old sterling silver forks, spoons, knives, and serving utensils and get paid for them instantly in our store. Whether you have just one spoon, or an entire set, you’ll be surprised at how much it’s worth.
Sterling silverware can come in all shapes and sizes including tea sets, tea pots, napkin holders, silver platters, salt and pepper shakers, silver trays and more.
Some popular silverware sets include brands like Tiffany & Co. Reed & Barton, Gorham, Georg Jensen, S. Kirk & Son, Buccellati, Towle, Allan Adler, Christofle, and more.