The Silver History Museum is a premiere educational virtual museum showcasing selections from more than 5,000 individual pieces of heirloom sterling silver we hold and curate in our secure facilities. We curate select pieces online for you to view in our custom-built, proprietary, annotated visual database.
Inquiries about purschasing or creating your own online exhibit on our site may be directed to email@example.com
Below: 1) Ice cream slice 2) Master nut scoop 3) Fish server 4) Toothpick holder 5) Horseradish spoon 6) Page turner, ivory blade
The Silver History Museum is pleased to help you curate and host an online exhibit of your best sterling pieces! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Above, Macaroni server, with pierced bowl and figural 3-D finial.
Our mission is education.
We seek to advance knowledge of culture, technology and social traditions by engaging the public through beautiful sterling silver objects that tell intriguing stories of many histories: social history, the history of technology and smithing crafts; histories of dining cultures, economics and family traditions.
Our focus is British, American and Russian sterling silver hollowware for the fine dining table. The collection’s time period begins with 18th Century George III pieces and extends to American 1920s Art Deco designs. As such, it is one of the largest, most selective, private sterling silver museum collections of fine dining objects in the U.S. It documents 250 years of dining traditions.
Floral crysthansemum tea strainer.