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Thread: antique napkin rings

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    I'm trying to find the value of a set of 8 silver plate napkin rings.
    The bottom of each say.....Lance 1979.... and the set is entitled " Children at Play". Any help would be much appreciated.

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    E Bay might be a place to start, see if somone has one or more of the rings up. Or Google Antique Napkin Rings or such. Lots of luck..

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    I can't resist antique/vintage so I did a search....found just what you seem to be looking for - here's the link:

    http://www.goantiques.com/detail,lance-silverplate-children,2027039.html

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    Thank you so much. I knew this forum would be able to help me, and from Australia even!!! Love it.
    That is the exact set that I have and I see the dealer is somewhere in Ohio.....I live in Ohio!!!! I will try and contact her.
    Thank you, again, friend.

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    Just remember 1979 napkin rings are not antique.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jennieb
    Thank you so much. I knew this forum would be able to help me, and from Australia even!!! Love it.
    That is the exact set that I have and I see the dealer is somewhere in Ohio.....I live in Ohio!!!! I will try and contact her.
    Thank you, again, friend.
    Cool....glad I could help. They are a very interesting design, and whilst not antique, nor solid silver, they could be described as vintage and will no doubt appeal to a collector. There are dedicated silver and metal collectors, but popularity has waned a little as people do not want to invest time in keeping it bright and untarnished.

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