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Silver Magazine - Entire 2015 Year - New

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Seller: silvemagaz (106) 100%, Location: Palm Beach, Florida, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 122019811562 Silver Magazine Entire 2015 Volume 47 consisting of all 6 issues Publisher's Stock - Brand New This auction is for new, unused issues, the Covers and Table of Contents of which are as shown in the auction listing. Free Shipping US Only. The issue's articles, author's and topics are: Jan/Feb: Russian Silver Flatware Servers Dale E. Bennett History and sterling examples of Russian servers. Floral Art Nouveau Silver and the Chaser Christopher M. Whalen W. Scott Braznell Information on the history and marks of chaser Christopher M. Whalen. American Silver at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston: The Milo M. Naeve Collection Marissa Hershon Amazing examples of silver and their artists found in the Milo M. Naeve Collection in the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The Super Bowl of Arenas: The Colosseum on Souvenir Spoons Robert M. Wilhelm Examples of Colosseum themed souvenir spoons and their makers. Whiting’s Diminutive Christmas Spoons Patricia F. Singer Two Christmas-themed patterns by Whiting Manufacturing Co. Modern Day Uses for Antique Silver Nancy Stuckwisch Encouring the reuse of silver items rather than a permanent transformation of a piece. Mar/Apr: Warsaw Silver Plate Companies, History and Marks: I. Józef Fraget Joanna Paprocka-Gajek and David N. Nikogosyan Silverplate examples, history, and marks of I. Józef Fraget Pages from the Past Richard Kurtzman Catalogue pages from Meriden Britannia Company dated 1867 showcasing Britannia metal items. Charles-Louis Wagner and Frédéric-Jules Rudolphi’s Partnership in Paris Marie-Elise Dupuis and Karolina Stefanski Beautiful examples of silver as well as history of the long business partnership and influential style of Charles-Louis Wagner and Frédéric-Jules Rudolphi. Durgin’s Seven Patented Souvenir Spoons Robert M. Wilhelm Examples of seven souvenir spoons designed and patented by William B. Durgin in 1891. Beyond These Borders: A Rare Fiddle Pattern Salt Spoon Crafted by John Keith of Banff Rowland L. Matteson Brief history of silversmith John Keith and an example of his mark. Book Review: British Silver Boxes 1640-1840: The Lion Collection Dorothea Burstyn Book review Joseph Seymour And His 1859 Corn Pattern Ann Kinne Catalogue advertisement and silver example of a corn pattern by Joseph Seymour. Modern Day Uses for Antique Silver Nancy Stuckwisch Mustard spoons and salt spoons make for good use with spices. May/Jun Book Review: Canadian Heritage Silver Silver Magazine Staff Book Review Tools Maketh the Man: In the Workshop of Silversmith Mohammad Akram Ansari Chitra Balasubramaniam History and examples from modern silversmith Mohammad Akram Ansari of India. San Francisco Silversmiths Koehler & Ritter, 1868-1885 Pansylea Howard Willburn History and silver examples by Koehler & Ritter. Episcopal Cathedral of St. John, the Beloved Disciple Souvenir Spoon Robert M. Wilhelm Examples of Cathedral of St. John themed souvenir spoons and their makers. Wealth on the Table Geoffrey Watts Eighteenth and nineteenth century silver items for the dining table. Special Dutch Date Letters Janjaap van Luijt History of Dutch date letters. Modern Day Uses for Antique Silver Nancy Stuckwisch Alternative uses for silver demitasse cups Jul/Aug Beyond These Borders Rowland L. Matteson An interesting method for saving silver from Logumkloster: silver filigree. Early German Silver Egg Cups - Ole Lachmann History and examples of German silver egg cups. Silver Making, War, and Romance: The Saga of the Reeves Family - Part II: Enos Reeves (1753-1807) I.S.K. Reeves, V Another silversmith in the Reeves family - Enos Reeves. Features family history, silver examples, and marks. Henry-Nicolas Cousinet (1696-1768), Parisian Silversmith: An Investigation into Fame and Anonymity Thomas Penin History of eighteenth-century French silversmith Henry-Nicolas Cousinet. Souvenir Spoons from Persephone’s Island: Sicily Michelle P. Wilhelm Examples of Sicily themed souvenir spoons and their makers. Beyond These Borders 2 Rowland L. Matteson A rare Fiddle pattern teaspoon from Greenock - silversmith John Heron, 1835. Modern Day Uses for Antique Silver Nancy Stuckwisch Alternative uses for a nineteenth-century footed French cup. Sep/Oct Beyond These Borders Rowland L. Matteson A sauce boat from Björneborg master silversmith Johan Jacob Tortber dated 1851. French Silver Flatware Series Dale E. Bennett Examples of various servers made by French silversmiths. Tiffany & Co. Silver and Dynamic Symmetry W. Scott Braznell Illustrations and history of six unusual advertisements for silver hollowware made by Tiffany & Co. between November of 1919 and October of 1920. James A. Garfield Souvenir Spoons: Student, Warrior and Statesman Robert M. Wilhelm Examples of James A. Garfield themed souvenir spoons and their makers. Silversmith Frederick R. Reichel: Eleven Years in San Francisco, 1856-1867 Pansylea Howard Willburn History, examples, and maker's marks for silversmith Frederick R. Reichel. Modern Day Uses for Antique Silver Nancy Stuckwisch Alternative uses for a sterling crumb catcher. Nov/Dec Beyond These Borders Rowland L. Matteson Five mid-nineteenth-century teaspoons by Jonas Lampén and their marks. The Silver Mustard Pot Geoffrey Watts History and illustrations of English silver mustard pots. Philo Gilbert & "The Other Patent" Ann Kinne Silversmith Philo Gilbert and examples of Patent #1143 and maker's marks. The Sacajawea Copper Souvenir Spoon Robert M. Wilhelm Examples of Sacajawea Copper themed souvenir spoons and their makers. Warsaw Silver Plate Companies, History and Marks: II. Norblin David N. Nikogosyan and Joanna Paprocka-Gajek History of the Norblin Silver Plate Company, examples of their work and varying backstamps. Modern Day Uses for Antique Silver Nancy Stuckwisch Repurposing silver items for holiday entertaining. To search for additional subjects, authors, titles you may search on the Silver Magazine Website --but we can't leave a link here as Ebay doesnt like it. If we have the issue, we will place it onto Ebay. Silver Magazine is the only publication specializing in the width and depth of the silver world. It is a must for the collector, dealer, curator, and casual aficionado. We bring you all the best silver offerings and the finest in research pertinent to the world of silver. Silver Magazine reaches readers in all 50 states of the U.S.A. and has a following in many foreign countries around the globe from Canada to China. It is available through subscription only. Published bi-monthly, it has a readership of several thousand. We combine features on antique English, Continental and Colonial American silver through and including 21st century silver works. In the pages of Silver Magazine, there are previews and reviews of auctions, information on exhibitions and shows around the nation and the globe, book reviews, opinions from curators to silversmith, letters to the editor, short stories on exciting discoveries, classified and display advertising from the nation's and world's leading dealers, auction houses and museums. Widely deemed to be critical reference material by collectors and researchers, Silver Magazine counts among its subscribers the major museums, galleries, and libraries of North America and Europe, as well as many other fine institutions, collections, authors, dealers, scholars, researchers, collectors, auction houses, and others with a deep affection and connection to this wonderful metal. Condition: Brand New

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