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The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere’s . . . Bowl?

Paul Revere Bowls

Paul Revere Bowls

You’ve probably heard of the Liberty Bell, but have you heard of the Liberty Bowl?  Not the college football game played in Memphis, Tennessee, but an actual bowl made of silver.  This may sound weird, but the production of the Liberty Bowl was a dangerous act of sedition, so much so that its creator, Paul Revere, never mentioned it in any of his business or private papers for fear of retribution.  And, yes, you heard right, Paul Revere, that famous night rider.

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Unforgettable Gifts for Baby’s First Christmas

A newborn looking at a baby's first christmas ornament

Baby’s First Christmas

 

A baby’s very first Christmas is a momentous occasion. Help the happy parents commemorate it with the timeless gift of silver, complete with personalized engravings. Customize any of these precious pieces with the baby’s name, birthday, or initials. You could also consider other unique details, like the baby’s birth weight and length. Multiple styles of lettering are available, from fancy script to fun block letters.
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Silver Stocking Stuffers for Everyone You Love

Silver Stocking Stuffers

Silver Stocking Stuffers

 

With the holiday season fast approaching, you may be wonder what to put in the stockings this year. Silver stocking stuffers are a thoughtful and versatile addition to your gift list this holiday season. There’s one for each special person in your life, and there are even affordable options for holiday shoppers on a budget.

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Silver Serving Trays: A Centerpiece for Every Table

Silver Serving Tray


Silver Serving Trays

Hosting a holiday meal, a gala for clients, or a summer brunch on the deck of a lakeside home can be made all the more sublime with accouterments that highlight your own style. Your personal refinement will be revealed to your guests when you gracefully wand gravy across rich meats with an embossed silver ladle, deftly pour Lady Grey tea into the delicate cups of an ornate tea set, or carry in afternoon mimosas in crystal flutes on a silver serving tray. The serving pieces that make a party or event feel special have never gone out of style.

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Order Your Baby’s First Christmas Ornaments

Baby’s first ornaments

Silver Plate Baby Elephant Ornament with Gold Plate Heart and Red Hanging Tag

Baby’s First Christmas Elephant

The crackling fire, home-baked treats and classic movies are nice, but nothing makes the holidays more special than a new baby.

Baby’s first Christmas ornaments sell out quickly, so browse our selection and order your favorite soon. Just add the ornament to your shopping cart. Choose the engraving option to view our distinctive scripts. Your personalized gift will be treasured for years to come.

Here’s a peek at the 2019 collection to get you started.

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Holiday Snow Globes

The Timeless Tradition of Holiday Snow Globes

The first snow globe was invented quite by accident. An Austrian scientist named Erwin Perzy was attempting to develop a powerful surgical lamp. Particles floating in a well-lit flask of water sparked his imagination. The snow-globe shop he opened with his brother in Vienna is still a bustling business today.

Snow Days Ice Skating Snow Globe

Snow Days Ice Skating Snow Globe

Snow globes fascinate people of all ages. They’ve been featured in numerous films. The title character of “Citizen Kane” was clutching a snow globe in the opening scene when he mysteriously whispered, “Rosebud.”

You may not need such a plot device, but we have a wide assortment of snow globes for giving as gifts or blending into your holiday décor. Remember to add an engravable silver tag to make your gift more personal and memorable.

Nativity Snowglobe

Nativity by Reed & Barton – Express your faith with this lovely piece featuring Mary, Joseph and tiny Jesus in the manger. The silver plate base depicts the shepherds and wise men looking on from afar. The musical snow globe plays “O Little Town of Bethlehem.” It is 6 ½ inches tall.


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