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Antique Silver Waiters

A silver waiter is a small salver.  Many antique silver waiters have embellishments such as a coat of arms, a crest, or initials. They come in many styles to reflect the period in which they were made. A waiter can be both practical as well as beautiful. Some of the uses for a waiter are to carry a single drink, holding business cards, and using it to place your keys as you enter your home.

Antique American Silver Waiter

$975.00

An elegant Antique American Silver Waiter. It is of lovely quality with its shaped thread edge border. A fluted design also resonates throughout the piece. This fluted design is located right near the border. Although the surface on this piece is quite plain, there is …

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Antique American Silver Waiter

$1.250.00

This is an elaborate late 19th century American Silver Waiter. The border features an ornate 1 inch chased leaf design. The surface of this waiter is decorated with an intricate diaper pattern and has an unmonogrammed cartouche at the center encircled by foliate detail. The …

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Antique George III English Small Silver Waiter

$1,500.00

This handsome George III Antique English Silver Waiter has three ball and claw feet and a shaped gadroon border. It is in pristine condition and is a lovely example of a Georgian Silver Waiter with its design and workmanship. Due to its size, this Waiter …

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Antique George II English Silver Small Waiter

$2,850.00

We are often asked what is the difference between a salver and a waiter. The difference is size – we refer to waiters as anything smaller than 9 inches and salvers being larger than 9 inches. All waiters have borders and their designs have evolved …

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