Vintage Flatware

The definition of the term “vintage” is vague because some silverware may not, yet fully, be a antique. This does not mean they will not make a stunning addition to your table. The first thing to consider when buying vintage flatware is whether it is intended to be daily use flatware. More fragile and unique flatware may not be suitable for ordinary use. Some are not dishwasher safe and must be hand washed and polished.

Napa Style: Vintage Silverware by the Pound

Buy your silverware by the pound! This is the greatest idea in silverware we’ve seen in a long time! These authentic vintage utensils date back to the 20’s and 30’s all fine-quality, silver-plated, and newly polished to perfection. They’re gathered from estate sales, vintage markets and antique stores all over the US and Europe. And so what if the pieces don’t match? That’s half the fun! Napa Style.

Anthropologie: Rediscovered Flatware

Anthrpologie combed the country to collect some of the prettiest antique and vintage silverware pieces from 1800 – 1940, and then regrouped them into delightfully mismatched sets. The shapes and patterns are randomly assembled; therefore each place setting of two forks, two spoons and one knife is completely unique.

Etsy Shop: Pretty Paris

Vintage, silver plate pieces that are hand stamped and true vintage. They may show slight signs of wear although overall excellent vintage condition. Patterns will vary but all are lovely vintage florals.

Ebay: Antique Silverware

A large inventory of estate sterling silver flatware in various ebay stores.

Pottery Barn: Antique Silver Flatware

Vintage silverware that’s been passed down for generations, inspired this heirloom quality flatware collection.


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