silverplate


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Verb1.silverplate - plate with silver; "silverplate a watch"
plate - coat with a layer of metal; "plate spoons with silver"
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The ornate silverplate water pitcher was made in 1892, and the public can see it while taking free tours of the mansion through the end of the year as Illinois celebrates its bicentennial.
THE DINING ROOM'S SILVERPLATE CHANDELIER, made in 1905 by Edward F.
Cased ivory -handled silverplate nutcrackers and picker.
Tim DeVine of DeVine Corporation said that within the Ercuis business, which he distributes, sales of sterling silver flatware sales accounted for 43 percent of the business, silverplate, 33 percent, and stainless steel, 24 percent in the past year.
He says that the Silverplate aircraft were modified to carry a "welded-in 640-gallon gas tank." They actually carried the same pair of Goodyear 640-gal rubber tanks that any B-29 could carry.
The stock is fine-grain walnut with a German silverplate just behind the tang, engraved with a "G." It has a silver forend cap.
The winner will receive a pounds 100 Alfred Holt's Blue Funnel Line silverplate sauce boat (donated by Liverpool antiques shop Circa 1900), a Frodsham Brewery Box and a Daniel Adamson print by John Christiansen.
The silverware was silver or silverplate that had been in their family.
Examples she cites are silverplate flatware, bathroom fixtures, mail-order homes, and zoning plans.
Mine is memory: the scales of fish that silverplate the seas at
In 1944 he was selected to train all aircrews assigned to Project Silverplate, part of the Manhattan Project.