SMP Logo
SM Publications
Silver Salon Forums - The premier site for discussing Silver.
SMP | Silver Salon Forums | SSF - Guidelines | SSF - FAQ | Silver Sales

The Silver Salon Forums
Since 1993
Over 11,793 threads & 64,769 posts !!
American Sterling Silver Forum
How to Post Photos REGISTER (click here)

customtitle open  SMP Silver Salon Forums
tlineopen  American Sterling Silver
tline3open  Shiebler marks

Post New Topic  Post A Reply
profile | register | preferences | faq | search

ForumFriend SSFFriend: Email This Page to Someone! next newest topic | next oldest topic
Author Topic:   Shiebler marks
hello

Posts: 200
Registered: Jun 2005

iconnumber posted 05-11-2006 01:41 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for hello     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
[13-0423]

I found that auction back with mark #1 from the post below.

quote:
RARE Philo B. Gilbert 74 Piece Set Sterling Silver 1859
74 piece sterling silver flatware set by Philo B. Gilbert in an unknown pattern, patent 1859. I've been able to gather a little information on this silver maker. Philo B. Gilbert of New York City owned a silver making company that went bankrupt in 1868. John Cook (NY, NY) apparently bought it out around that time. John Cook practiced in partnership with Theo Evans and company and was once the foreman for Wm Gale. Cook was bought out in 1880 by George W. Shiebler (also of NY, NY). Both Cook and Shiebler are well known silver names; less, apparently, is known about Gilbert.

Set includes:

• (9) dinner forks (7.75")

• (12) salad forks (6.875")

• (12) table spoons (8.5")

• (2) table spoons (9.25")

• (24) tea spoons (6.0")

• (12) blunt dinner knives (7.875")

• (1) butter knife (6.875")

• (1) casserole spoon (6.75")

• (1) punch ladle (11.5")



IP: Logged

All times are ET

next newest topic | next oldest topic

Administrative Options: Close Topic | Archive/Move | Delete Topic
Post New Topic  Post A Reply
Hop to:


Ultimate Bulletin Board 5.46a


1. Public Silver Forums (open Free membership) - anyone with a valid e-mail address may register. Once you have received your Silver Salon Forum password, and then if you abide by the Silver Salon Forum Guidelines, you may start a thread or post a reply in the New Members' Forum. New Members who show a continued willingness to participate, to completely read and abide by the Guidelines will be allowed to post to the Member Public Forums.
Click here to Register for a Free password

2. Private Silver Salon Forums (invitational or $ donation membership) - The Private Silver Salon Forums require registration and special authorization to view, search, start a thread or to post a reply. Special authorization can be obtained in one of several ways: by Invitation; Annual $ Donation; or via Special Limited Membership. For more details click here (under development).

3. Administrative/Special Private Forums (special membership required) - These forums are reserved for special subjects or administrative discussion. These forums are not open to the public and require special authorization to view or post.


| Home | Order | The Guide to Evaluating Gold & Silver Objects | The Book of Silver
| Update BOS Registration | Silver Library | For Sale | Our Wants List | Silver Dealers | Speakers Bureau |
| Silversmiths | How to set a table | Shows | SMP | Silver News |
copyright © 1993 - 2020 SM Publications
All Rights Reserved.
Legal & Privacy Notices