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Silver Tableware

Our selection of silver tableware available at 2Covet means you can add the final touches to your table and to your silver collection, knowing that all items have been skilfully selected by a world renowned silver dealer. Included in our tableware collections are; sugar casters, cruet sets, sauce boats, sugar bowls and tongs, biscuit baskets, port coasters, ice tongs, silver plates and vegetable dishes. Many of these pieces of silver tableware became increasingly popular alongside the rise of silver flatware. Other Items available in our silver tableware category are Items such as biscuit boxes, which rose in popularity as tea and coffee became widely available, with the silver adding a touch of luxury to afternoon tea. Silver cruet sets, including salt cellars, pepper pots and mustard pots, initially drew favour during the early 15th century and whilst salt shakers have become commonly used, these cruet sets are still firm collectors’ favourites. Meanwhile, during the 18th and 19th century as the consumption of goods became a way to prove your wealth and lifestyle, the rise in spirits and wines meant that silver edged coasters became an essential addition for the dining table so as to easily pass the wine and not damage the table. Nowadays such items are a perfect addition at a formal or even casual dinner party.


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Our selection of silver tableware available at 2Covet means you can add the final touches to your table and to your silver collection, knowing that all items have been skilfully selected by a world renowned silver dealer. Included in our tableware collections are; sugar casters, cruet sets, sauce boats, sugar bowls and tongs, biscuit baskets, port coasters, ice tongs, silver plates and vegetable dishes. Many of these pieces of silver tableware became increasingly popular alongside the rise of silver flatware. Other Items available in our silver tableware category are Items such as biscuit boxes, which rose in popularity as tea and coffee became widely available, with the silver adding a touch of luxury to afternoon tea. Silver cruet sets, including salt cellars, pepper pots and mustard pots, initially drew favour during the early 15th century and whilst salt shakers have become commonly used, these cruet sets are still firm collectors’ favourites. Meanwhile, during the 18th and 19th century as the consumption of goods became a way to prove your wealth and lifestyle, the rise in spirits and wines meant that silver edged coasters became an essential addition for the dining table so as to easily pass the wine and not damage the table. Nowadays such items are a perfect addition at a formal or even casual dinner party.