Ross Fox: The Immigrant Element in Quebec City's Precious Metals and Stones Trades during the 1820s, Read more

Kay Olson Freeman:From the Plains of  Abraham to Poughkeepsie : The Henderson Identities, Read more 

Peter Kaellgren: A Masterpiece by Froment-Meurice, Luxury Objects at World Fairs,Read more

Charles Truman: The Wellby Bequest, Read more

David McKinley: The Influence of the Harache Family of Silversmiths in London,Read more

Samuel J. Hough: A Letter from George Wilkinson to John Gorham, December 1875,Read more

Philip Cheong: Book Review of Tim Schroder: Renaissance and Baroque, Silver Mounted Porcelain and Ruby Glass from the Zilkha Collection, Read More

Ross Fox: The Silverware of Joseph-Gaspard Chaussegros de Léry. An Account from late 18th century Quebec. Read more

William P. Hood Jr. and Dorothea Burstyn: Factual or Fabled, The Story of Fraser's, WMF Fraser's and William Fraser, Read more

David Burstyn: If the Stanley Cup Could Talk.....Read more

René Villeneuve:A Vase of Great Significance, Read more 

 Kay Olson Freeman: Creators of the Ptarmigan Vases, Read more


 Jenny Pitman: Silver Legacy of William Randolph Hearst (published 2001), Read more

A warm thank you to the The Card Case Forum for an article about card cases with sporting themes: "a prized case", Read more

"Just like a flower..."

Beth Alber's Mace for the University Of Ontario Institute Of Technology (UOIT), by Dorothea Burstyn Read more 

Notes on the making of a cross for the Church od St. Andrews and St. Paul  in Montreal, by Chris Toogood, Read more

"And still we grew...." The success of Ryrie Bros. as mirrored in their Toronto locations, by Dorothea Burstyn. Read more 

Francois Ranvoyzé, silversmith: Patronage from the church at L'Islet sur mer, By René Villeneuve, Read more

The B. W. Smith wine jug - a piece of Canadian history, By Dorothea Burstyn, Read more

Toronto's tribute to Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, by Dorothea Burstyn, Read more 

Callie Stacey: A Scott Carter's and Harold Stacey's Processional Cross for Trinity College, University of Toronto, Read more

Jennifer Watson: Harriet Ford as silversmith, Read more

Marian Fowler: A Flatware set by Douglas Boyd, Dorothea Burstyn: Maurice Carmichael, Read more

Dorothy Farr : The history of the Macaulay silver collection, Read more 

 Callie Stacey: Harold Stacey, A Canadian Silversmiths' Work in an American Museum, Read more

Joan Fussell: Andrew Fussell, Canadian Silversmith, Read more 

Dorothea Burstyn: Evolution of dining habits, modes of entertaining and marketing methods as revealed by American silver makers' "etiquette booklets".  Read more

 Georgian Globe shaped Inkstands - a silver love affair. By Rolf Robert, Read more

 Ross Fox: Design, Presentation Silver and Louis-Victor Fréret (1801 - 1879) in London and Montreal, Read more

"Matthew Boulton's silver and its substitutes"  By Kenneth Qickenden   Part 1Part 2 

Three remarkable tablespoons from Edinburgh (1719/1720) By Kevin Brown, Read more 

Nelson Walker, silversmith, shipbuilder and surveyor, By Laurence Joyce,Read more

 Gawen Nash, A specialist eighteen century goldsmith with an interesting life,By David Shlosberg Read more

 Sweet Dreams Are Made Of These, by Kathryn Vaughn,Read more

My collection of wine jugs, by Thomas Feilenreiter,Read more

Two early silver mounted porcelains at the Royal Ontario Museum,By Philip Cheong, Read more

The forgotten generation.  Modern Dutch silver 1945-1975, By Annelies Krekel-Alberse, Read more 

 Ingrid Haslinger: Franz Stephan of Lorraine and his influence on the Viennese Court Household, Read more

 L. Jarosinski & J. Vaugoin,A Viennese silver firm with a long tradition,By Ingrid Haslinger, Read More

New and old domestic silver, continuity and contrast in the collection of the Netherland's Silvermuseum Schoonhoven,by Maryan Unger Read more

Lucian Taylor: Superabundant; How blowing things up helped my silversmithing, Read more

Timothy Schroder: Hiroshi Suzuki, A portrait of the acclaimed silversmith, Read more

Charles Curb: The Battleship USS Arkansas and its silver , Read more

Kay Olson Freeman: Solving the Mystery of an American 19th century Silver Box,Read more

 Charles Spencer Curb: The deep origins of the rituals and implents of dinner, Read more

 Judy Redfield: Early American Silverplate, It's not what you think, Read more

Dorothea Burstyn: Berlin for the Silverphile, Read more 

 Don Soeffing: A significant Canadian child's cup, Read more

Catherine Spence: Alexander Scott Carter's processional Cross for Saint Thomas Anglican Church, Read more

Dorothea Burstyn: Americana week 2012 in New York City, Read more

William P.Hood Jr. and Ellen Dodington Ponzel:The Flatware Patterns of Don Wallance,   Read more

The Card Case Society: Fit for a Queen, Read more

Gorham Company booklet: "Highlights in the Creation of Sterling Flatware, From the drawing board to the dinner table", Part 1Part 2

Ingrid Haslinger: From Silver and Gold to Porcelain.The Imperial Table in Vienna between 1740 and 1814/15, Read more 

 Paulus Rainer: "It is always the same mixture...." The Antiques Dealer Salomon Weininger and Vienna Counterfeiting in the Age of Historicism, Read more, Part 1Part 2 

Simon Moore:The Conundrum of Liberty's Amazing Spoon DesignsRead more

Heike Zech: When Christ became an astronomer, the contrasting histories of two seventeeth century Augsburg shrines, Read more

Lorenz Seelig: Eighteenth Century Hanau Gold boxes, Read more

William P. Hood Jr. and Heinz J. Averwerser: Arthur Salm: A Story of steel and stamps, Read more 

Exciting examples of modern Canadian silvermiths' work, Read more

and more, and more

Laura Brandon:Celebrating 150 years of Women in the Arts in Canada in Silver: The Back Story, Read more

Anne Thackray: "Madame is not at home...." Silver card cases in Victorian and Edwardian England, Read  more

James Rothwell: Silver for dazzling and entertaining: the Ickworth Collection, to read the article click here

Lorenz Seelig: Eighteenth Century Hanau gold boxes, read Part 1

Lorenz Seelig: Eighteenth Century Hanau gold boxes, read Part 2

Lorenz Seelig: Eighteenth Century Hanau gold boxes, read Part 3