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Antique American Classical Coin Silver Baby Cup
Located in New York, NY
American classical coin silver baby cup, circa 1850. Drum-form with molded rim and base, and S-scroll handle. Engraved scrolled frames with leafy-scrolls and scallop shells, of which...
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Antique Mid-19th Century North American American Classical Sterling Silver

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Silver

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H 3.25 in. W 4.13 in. D 2.75 in.
Antique Gorham Modern Classical Coin Silver Baby Cup
Located in New York, NY
Modern Classical coin silver baby cup. Made by Gorham in Providence, circa 1865. Straight sides with skirted foot and bracket handle. Scrolled and leafy frame (vacant) on engine-turn...
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Antique Mid-19th Century American American Classical Sterling Silver

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Silver

Coin Silver Baby Cup with Repoussed Fruit and Scrollwork
Located in Big Bend, WI
Coin silver baby cup. The cup has exquisite repoussed fruit and scrollwork and vintage monogram that reads daisy (see photos). The cup measures 3 1/2 x 4. It is in good vintage condi...
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Antique Late 19th Century American Sterling Silver

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Silver

Tifft & Whiting Coin Silver Baby Cup with Engraved Scrollwork
Located in Big Bend, WI
Coin silver baby cup made by Tifft and Whiting. The cup has beautiful engraved scrollwork and has a vintage inscription (see photos). The cup measures 4 x 4 1/4 . It is in good vinta...
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Antique Late 19th Century American Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Antique American Aesthetic Coin Silver Baby Cup by Chicago Maker
Located in New York, NY
Aesthetic coin silver baby cup. Made by Juergens & Andersen in Chicago. Tapering and inset sides engraved with stylized ornament, including swags and scrolls, centered on oval frame ...
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Antique Mid-19th Century American Aesthetic Movement Sterling Silver

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Silver

American Classical Coin Silver Baby Cup by Gale, Woods & Hughes
Located in New York, NY
Classical coin silver baby cup, drum-form with ribbing and beading. Engraved quivers, flowers, and leaves forming cartouche (vacant). Scroll-bracket handle. Marked “G. W & H” for Gal...
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Antique Mid-19th Century American American Classical Sterling Silver

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Silver

New York Classical Coin Silver Baby Cup by Wood & Hughes
By Wood & Hughes
Located in New York, NY
Stylish American Classical coin silver baby cup. Made by Wood & Hughes in New York, circa 1860. Straight sides with stepped and skirted foot, and leaf-capped S-scroll handle. Body ha...
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Antique Mid-19th Century North American American Classical Sterling Silver

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Silver

Tifft & Whiting Coin Silver Baby Cup Engine Turned Bright Cut Design
Located in Big Bend, WI
Coin silver baby cup made by Tifft and Whiting. The cup has a engine turned and bright-cut design, and has a monogram that reads F. Henry Hull (see photo). The baby cup measures 3 x ...
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20th Century American Sterling Silver

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Silver

Antique Classical Medallion Coin Silver Baby Cup by New York Maker
Located in New York, NY
Classical coin silver baby cup. Made by John L. Westervelt in New York, circa 1860. Straight and gently tapering sides, capped s-scroll handle, and beaded rims. Two rondels intersper...
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Antique Mid-19th Century American American Classical Sterling Silver

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Silver

American Classical Coin Silver Baby Cup by Aaron Lufkin Dennison of Boston
By Aaron Lufkin Dennison
Located in New York, NY
American classical coin silver baby cup. Made by Aaron Lufkin Dennison in Boston, circa 1850. Straight and tapering sides with reeded rim and foot, and high-looping handle. Marked “A...
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Antique Mid-19th Century American American Classical Sterling Silver

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Silver

Pretty Antique American Coin Silver Baby Cup
Located in New York, NY
Pretty American coin silver baby cup, circa 1850. Faceted baluster with skirted foot and leaf-capped double-scroll handle. Engraved scrollwork and fruiting grapevine forming shaped c...
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Antique Mid-19th Century American American Classical Sterling Silver

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Silver

Mid-19th Century Coin Baby Cup
Located in Stamford, CT
American made baby cup made of coin silver, circa mid-19th century. The engraving on the front is from 1857. It weighs 110.40 grams. The piece is marked on the bottom "pure coin silv...
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Antique Mid-19th Century American More Dining and Entertaining

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Silver

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H 3.125 in. W 4.00 in. D 2.875 in.

Coin Silver Baby Cup For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are many versions of the ideal coin silver baby cup for your home. A coin silver baby cup — often made from metal, silver and sterling silver — can elevate any home. There are many kinds of the coin silver baby cup you’re looking for, from those produced as long ago as the 19th Century to those made as recently as the 20th Century. When you’re browsing for the right coin silver baby cup, those designed in Neoclassical styles are of considerable interest. A well-made coin silver baby cup has long been a part of the offerings for many furniture designers and manufacturers, but those produced by Aaron Lufkin Dennison, Gorham Manufacturing Company and Peter L. Krider are consistently popular.

How Much is a Coin Silver Baby Cup?

Prices for a coin silver baby cup start at $259 and top out at $675 with the average selling for $400.

Finding the Right Sterling Silver for You

Dining and entertaining changed drastically when we began to set our tables with sterling silver for holiday gatherings, wedding receptions, engagement parties and, in some of today’s homes, everyday meals.

Often called the “Queen of metals,” silver has been universally adored for thousands of years. It is easy to see why it has always been sought after: It is durable, strong and beautiful. (Louis XIV had tables made entirely of silver.) Sterling silver is an alloy that is made of 92.5 percent silver — the “925” stamp that identifies sterling-silver jewelry refers to this number. The other 7.5 percent in sterling silver is typically sourced from copper.

Neoclassical-style sterling-silver goods in Europe gained popularity in the late 18th century — a taste for sterling-silver tableware as well as tea sets had taken shape — while in the United States, beginning in the 19th century, preparing the dinner table with sterling-silver flatware had become somewhat of a standard practice. Indeed, owning lots of silver goods during the Victorian era was a big deal. Back then, displaying fine silver at home was a status symbol for middle-class American families. And this domestic silver craze meant great profitability for legendary silversmith manufacturers such as Reed & Barton, Gorham Manufacturing Company and the International Silver Company, which was incorporated in Meriden, Connecticut, in 1898, a major hub of silver manufacturing nicknamed “Silver City.”

Today, special occasions might call for ceremonial silver designed by Tiffany & Co. or the seductive sterling-silver cutlery from remarkable Danish silversmith Georg Jensen, but there really doesn’t have to be an event on the calendar to trot out your finest tableware.

Event- and wedding-planning company maestro Tara Guérard says that some “investment pieces,” such as this widely enamored alloy, should see everyday use, and we’re inclined to agree.

“Sterling-silver flatware is a must-have that you can use every single day, even to eat cereal,” she says. “Personally, I want a sterling-silver goblet set for 12 to 20; I would use them every time I had a dinner party. Ultimately, there are no criteria for buying vintage pieces: Buy what you love, and make it work.”

Whether you’re thinking “ceremonial” or “cereal,” browse a versatile collection of vintage, new and antique sterling-silver wares on 1stDibs today.