and that This site is published by a collector of stieff silver as a public service to other collectors and interested parties this page has suggestions on where to find specific information on this site, researching flatware patterns and dating your sterling silver and pewter hollow ware Please use the gallery sections below to guide you through the site.
I suggest starting with the Historic overview to get a better understanding of The Stieff Company Content of this site is protected by copyright law (United states and international) Contact the site publisher for details , S.
I do this not for profit, but to help others who want to know more about old family silver and pewter, and those looking for better information on silver when preparing to sell on sites like Ebay and Ruby Lane, etc. When I started this site, the only real information about Stieff silver was in books.
Hand chased detail from a 1951 14 inch Tray (#200) THE STIEFF COMPANY The vast majority of the Stieff’s history involves Sterling Silver. Additionally, some silver plate products were produced by Stieff and the later Kirk-Stieff. Very little was on-line, and I found that much of what I read was conflicting information... So in 2009 I started As my research progressed I learned about Schofield silver and about Kirk Silver. there was very little out there, so I expanded my researched into both companies. COM is the number one resource for information on Stieff, Kirk and Schofield.
The museum houses a world-famous range of fine and decorative arts from the 15th to the 19th centuries with large holdings of French 18th-century pieces.
Works by Titian, Canaletto, Rembrandt and Velàquez can also be found here.
SITE MAP HOME PAGEThe inception of silver plated ware industry dates back to 1847 and to the efforts of Rogers brothers who in their little shop at Hartford developed the electro-plating process.
The hotel is within walking distance from Harrods, Royal Albert Hall, National History Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum and Hyde Park.
The property features 171 well-appointed and modern rooms along with newly refurbished public areas.
Close A sporting complex built for the 2012 Summer Olympics and the 2012 Summer Paralympics, the park contains the athletes' Olympic Village and several of the sporting venues, including the Olympic Stadium and London Aquatics Centre.
Located in an historic London townhouse, the Wallace Collection was once the grand home of Sir Richard and Lady Wallace.