We buy Silver Everything! Including Flatware & Serving Sets
At Vermillion Enterprises – Silver is Silver. Which means, we do not just buy Silver bullion. We buy Silver Flatware and Serving Sets as well.
Why Sell your Silver Flatware & Serving Sets to us?
Vermillion Enterprises understands not only the intrinsic value of your silver flatware or serving sets, but the sentimental value it can hold too. Whether it was a wedding gift, passed down from your mother, or inherited from your grandmother, we want you to know that we offer the best customer service, as well as, the fairest market prices.
What Flatware and Serving Sets do we buy?
Full sets. Missing Pieces. Individual Serving pieces. No problem. When it comes to flatware & serving sets, we will buy it! Come into Vermillion Enterprises today for a free valuation of your items. You will be amazed at the prices we can offer you!
Some Flatware & Serving Set Known Industry Names:
- Alvin Silver – The word “Alvin,” sometimes over the image of a dragon
- Dansk Silver – The word “Dansk”
- Durgin Silver – The word “Durgin”
- Fine Arts Silver – The words “Fine Arts Silver” stamped in a circle
- Gorham Silver – The images of a bear and an anchor, accompanied by the letter “G”
- International Silver – The words “International Silver” or “I. S. Co. Sterling”
- Kirk and Smith – The words “Kirk & Smith”
- Lunt Silver – The words “Lunt Sterling”
- Oneida Silver – The words “Oneida Sterling” or “Heirloom Sterling”
- Reed & Barton – The words “Reed & Barton”
- Rosenthal Silver – The words “Rosenthal” or “Rosenthal Sterling”
- Saart Brothers – The words “Saart Sterling” or “SB Sterling”
- Tiffany & Company – The words “Tiffany & Company Makers”
- Towle Silver – A trademark that shows a griffin inside a stylized letter “T,” sometimes accompanied by the word “Towle”
- R. Wallace Silver – Many hallmarks, including one with the letters “R.W. & S.” and “Wallace Sterling”
- Wheelock Silversmiths – The words “Hand Made Sterling Wheelock Newport, R.I.”
- Others such as: Georg Jensen, Steiff, etc.
Vermillion Enterprises will buy your Silver Flatware & Serving sets. Regardless of who made it.
Sterling Silver vs. Silver Plated:
Sterling silver and silver plated flatware can look and feel very similar. While talking with an expert and knowledgeable Silver buyer (Ahem! Brian at Vermillion Enterprises!) directly will reveal a great deal more insight into your collection there are a few tell tale signs that can help you feel more informed before you begin.
Most pieces have a marking that will indicate the purity of the silver content. Please note, Flatware may not indicate this on every single piece. A marking of “925” refers to 92.5% silver and 7.5% copper alloy. This is often the most common. You may also see “Sterling” or “Ster” imprinted on your silver. In some cases, often rare, a marking of “Coin” may be imprinted, meaning it was made from metal coins and contains 90% silver. Check out our Silver Jewelry page for the different types of Silver used in coins, bullion, jewelry, and even flatware & serving sets.
Additionally, a mark reading “Inlaid” or “plated” means your piece is silver plated. Either way, bring your pieces in today for a hassle free valuation and let us see what we can do for you!