Silver Tableware

Under “Tableware” it is possible to find precious silverware, cutlery, candlesticks and other decorative elements made of silver, all of which are important objects for the European table culture. Many of our objects found in this category were initially used for the representation of royals and aristocrats.

Within this sub-category, we exhibit particularly significant “Royal and Noble Silver”. Under these, you can find objects coming from royal and princely silver collections. Until the twentieth century silver collections were stored in castle vaults. The rooms of the silver collection were used for the conservation and storage of the table services. These rooms were thus mostly on the ground floor or sometimes in the basement, in any case, as close as possible to the kitchen, cellar and bakery.

Coffee- and Teapots

englische Kaffeekanne Silber, Britannia Standard Silber
silver gilt George iii tea-pot
Coffeepot silver rococo

Tureens

Silver soup tureen, stand, 19th c.

Plates and Credences (Tazze)

George II silver salver, rococo silver english
james II antique silver plate

Candlesticks

antik Silber Leuchter, Wien
antique silver candlesticks
James II silver candlesticks, Chinoiserie

Sauce Boats

antique silver sauceboats, 18th c.

Plates/Underplates

Cutlery Set

French silver-gilt cutlery set

Early English Silver

englische Kaffeekanne Silber, Britannia Standard Silber
silver snuffer tray and snuffers, English
antique silver boxes, Huguenot Silver

More Silver Objects

Silber Eierbecher Augsburg, 18. Jhs.
silber vergoldeter Eierbecher, Augsburg 18. Jh.
French travelling nécessaire, vermeil