Omega Silversmithing Inc.
Left, a sterling silver epergne was created  by James Dixon & Sons in Sheffield England.  A commemorative piece, it was presented to Messrs J.G. & J.J.Stephens upon their retirement from the consulate of the United States of America at Plymouth. One of the signers in the commemorative book accompanying this piece was an officer of the White Star Line, builders of the Titanic.
Right, a jewelry casket by Van Burg Silver Co. circa 1886 was meticulously restored by Omega in it’s original silver and gold design with a ruby satin lining.
This is a wonderful example of Art Nouveau silver plate restored by Mr. Maple.  It was created by one of the most famous manufacturers of Art Nouveau, the WMF CO. of  Germany.
A pair of victorian  candlesticks? No! This set of candlesticks in a canine motif was created by the craftsmen at Omega Silver just last year! Omega does many custom works of art for collectors.
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Above, a quadruple plated receiving card tray with bud vase by the Derby Manufacturing Co. circa 1886. When this piece came in it was missing its tray, bud vase and three legs.  After careful research the missing pieces were replaced using the base metal and techniques common in the 1880’s.
Above, is a beautiful vase standing over 12 inches tall made by the Meriden Britannia Co. circa 1880. This was restored in its original silver and gold combination including the background patina.
Above, here’s another playful card tray by the Derby Manufacturing Co. circa 1886. It depicts a kitten lying on a pillow while playing with a ball.
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