Silver & Silverplate


In the 1830s George Richard Elkington and his brother Henry Elkington patented the process for electroplating silverand by the 1840s had perfected the techniques to make them famous. Electroplate or silverplate was a completely different process from Sheffield plate. Instead of fusing two or three pieces of metal, the method used electricity to deposit pure silver onto a base metalVarious base metals were used but “nickel silver,” an alloy of copper, zinc and nickel, proved to be the best for electroplating. 

We Are Here For You

We Are Here For You
Contact us if you have any queries, cannot find what you are looking for,
or if you have suggestions and ideas that we can put on our To Do List.
Geitestien 9, 1555 Son, Norway
SMS:- +47 959 92 644

Footer Picture

Patek Philippe Pocket Watch