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Let your sterling silver education begin–Welcome!

March 9, 2009
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Sourcing information about the history of sterling silver in the United States is difficult task.  Changing technologies and new ways that people search for information and collectibles have led to the creation of this blog by one of America’s prominent retailers of secondhand sterling silver flatware and holloware.

One thing is certain – the shop’s founder is like her own best merchandise: unique and malleable, an enduring symbol of both a forebear’s gift and a future bequest, its value and beauty only increasing with time.

The value and inherent beauty of sterling silver has led to its fascination for generations past and future owners.  Let this blog be a source for information for the use, style, manufacturers, and users of sterling silver.

More examples, photographs, and items for purchase may be found on our shop website: www.beverlybremer.com .  Please peruse!

We look forward to having you learn with us–visit often!  Please comment or email us with any thoughts or questions you may have: sterlingsilver@beverlybremer.com!

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. Sally Sams permalink
    March 24, 2009 9:54 pm

    I look forward to reading this and future blogs. Thank you for your wonderful idea, and also for all your generosity to the Decorative Arts Committee, and the GMOA.

    Sally

  2. Susan Noble permalink
    June 30, 2009 7:17 pm

    What a wonderful series of articles! I look forward to more and visiting the store soon!

  3. Bill permalink
    July 6, 2009 9:26 am

    How can I tell if a piece is sterling or silverplate??

  4. George Vrba permalink
    October 8, 2009 11:48 am

    Great articles covering many questions with hard to find answers.

    I collect Buccellati Esteval, and cannot find any reference to its date of manufacture, manufacture run dates, or what inspired the pattern. I have read recently that the pattern has been re-introduced by Buccellati.

    Any information anyone has on this pattern, or any reference material, would be most appreciated.

    If you also collect Esteval by chance (not many of us do), I have a few needs and a few pieces to trade.

    Smiles

  5. Laura permalink
    June 20, 2012 8:04 pm

    I recently had the pleasure of doing business with Beverly Bremers Silver Shop in Atlanta and I simply cannot express the level of expertise, professionalism, customer service and amazing personal care I received through their services. I would recommend her shop to anyone! I could not find a place to rant and rave about her shop except her blog site but I simply could not help myself. And just when you thought great customer service had gone out the window…..

    Thank you Beverly Bremer and to all of her employees!

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