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Special Interest/Appreciation Groups?

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staunto




Joined: 29 Dec 2007
Posts: 55
Location: Australia

Posted: 14/02/2012 
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Hi there,

I was wondering if there were any special interest groups out there?

I was thinking maybe we could just have a email group/basic web page if there were a few people with the same areas of interest.

My special interest areas are Irish; Irish Provincial; Channel Island and Australian/New Zealand Silver.

(with also a little dabbling in Newcastle, Scottish Provincial and Women Silversmiths).

If anyone else collects these areas, please contact me (or if there is an existing group).

Regards,

Ben
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WarnersAntiqueSilver




Joined: 12 Aug 2012
Posts: 2
Location: London

Posted: 13/08/2012 
Post subject: Re: Special Interest/Appreciation Groups?
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staunto wrote:
Hi there,

I was wondering if there were any special interest groups out there?

I was thinking maybe we could just have a email group/basic web page if there were a few people with the same areas of interest.

My special interest areas are Irish; Irish Provincial; Channel Island and Australian/New Zealand Silver.

(with also a little dabbling in Newcastle, Scottish Provincial and Women Silversmiths).

If anyone else collects these areas, please contact me (or if there is an existing group).

Regards,

Ben


My special interest is Georgian Silver and also tea caddies from any period. I have just put some of my private collection up for sale in order to make room for more and to pacify my wife!!! Must admit though that the tea caddies are my favorites
Here is an example of a pair I added to the collection 10 years ago.
Bernard Warner
http://www.warnersantiquesilver.com
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Description:Pair of George III antique silver tea caddies.

Two George III silver tea caddies.jpg



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