Silver Hollow-Ware

Hollow-ware, or holloware, is a term which refers to any item related to a dinner service which is not considered dishware or flatware. The traditional gift for a 16th wedding anniversary, typical examples of hollow-ware include jugs and pots. Silver hollow-ware has existed for hundreds of years, mostly remaining in the upper classes, though it is now an affordable luxury and collectible for many. At Steppes Hill Farm Antiques we have a diverse collection of hollow-ware available to purchase, including sauce boats, cream jugs, coasters, tankards, coffee pots and coasters, which are both functional and decorative. We are happy to offer our expert advice on buying and collecting any of our antique silver hollow-ware.

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Vander & Hedges, London 1914
Ebenezer Coker, London 1762
Ramsden & Carr, London 1905
Crouch & Hannam, London 1781
Georg Jensen, London 1931
Georg Jensen, Denmark 1924
A E Jones, Birmingham 1916
A E Jones, Birmingham 1908
James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1958
David Andersen, Norway 1930
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