Sterling & Figural Napkin Rings, Oyster Plates, Historical Blue Transferware, Dining Accessories
About Camden House Antiques
Our Service PledgeEvery item is guaranteed to be as described. We want you to be happy with your purchases and hope you will shop with us again.
About UsWe have organized our listings to be searched by country attribution. Please see the rest of this section for other search possibilities. Our shop specializes in:
ANTIQUE OYSTER PLATES--American, French, English, German, Austrian, Italian
ANTIQUE STERLING & COIN SILVER NAPKIN RINGS--American, English, Russian, French, Scottish
ANTIQUE FIGURAL NAPKIN RINGS--American, English
TRANSFERWARE, including HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE --English
FINE STERLING, SILVER PLATE AND PORCELAIN SERVING PIECES--American, English, Chinese
MOTHER OF PEARL FLATWARE--American, English
Sterling napkin rings, coin silver napkin rings and figural napkin rings make perfect heirloom gifts for special occasions. Our unique napkin rings personalize a table and are conversation pieces. Some of our sterling and coin silver napkin rings are monogrammed ;some are dated and all have fine design and workmanship. We feature American rings by Gorham, Tiffany, Towle, Shiebler, Shreve, Webster, Wood & Hughes, Whiting & Davis and Duhme, as well as a fine selection of English sterling napkin rings. In fact, we have the largest selection of hallmarked English napkin rings on Ruby Lane.
Our special figural napkin rings invite delight with their animals and figures. We feature figural napkin rings by the finest makers--Simpson, Hall & Miller; Meriden; James W. Tufts; William Rogers; Wilcox Silver Plate Co; Derby Silver Company; Reed and Barton, F.B. Rogers and Pairpont.
SPECIAL NOTE: All of our napkin rings are sterling or coin silver, except the figurals, which are silverplate. Search for "American napkin ring" to see our selection of American rings and "English napkin ring"to see our British selection. We also have made it possible to search for "monogrammed napkin ring", "name napkin ring" and "date napkin ring" in case you are interested in those categories.
A note on our historical blue transferware: all of these blue and white Staffordshire pieces date from the 1820's and 1830's. The term "historical blue" was coined to distinguish the rich, deep blue of these pieces from other blues in blue and white china. "Historical blue" china is known for a very high percentage of blue in the design--very little white--but at the same time amazing detail. We have pieces by the great potters of the time: Clews, Enoch Wood, Ralph Hall, and Adams.
Search FOR "SERVING PIECES" to see our assortment of sterling, silver plate and porcelain choices.
Please email if you have any questions. We will carefully answer any questions you might have.
fOR THOSE WHO PAY WITH PAYPAL, "Bill Me Later" is available, This is a plan which allows any purchase over $99 to be paid out with no interest over a period not to exceed 6 months. When you check out, simply choose the "Bill Me Later" option.