These are some of my silver finds over the last few weeks.
Curved handle pastry server. I'm not sure of the proper name for these, but I like to use them for small desserts. I thought I used them on my last dessert buffet, but I couldn't find a picture. I pick these up whenever I see them, which isn't often. This one is made in England.
Double handle sugar bowl, with a great design. This piece was made in the late 1800's and is in amazing shape. I thought when I bought it the design was cherries, but now I think it it apples.
A handful of flatware, some of it monogrammed, my favorite.
Pair of large ice or sugar cube grabber tongs. Probably good for pickles too.
And a Christmas tree toast rack.
It will be perfect to put Christmas cards, or even better, vintage Christmas postcards like above. Of course also great to serve Christmas morning toast.
Linked up to Silver Sunday, hosted by Gypsy Fish.