Information on Justis and Armiger Silver Plate Covered Dish? I have a quadruple plate piece that is also marked Sterline - not Sterling. What does Sterline mean? Add your voice! Click below to answer. ThriftyFun is powered by your wisdom! Judy Gold Post Medal for All Time! 677 Posts September 30, 2019 0 found this helpful
Maybe it means it wears like sterling. It might be their line of heavy silver plate.
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Sterline is italan for pounds. It is probably describing the weight of silver plating.
Post back if you learn more.
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You can try to search on this website they have some Justis and Armiger silver replacement pieces. From what I see they are mostly for silverware items.
www.replacements.com/. I did see one selling on eBay and it said it sold for just $45. .../ jua.htm
I would actually go and check out an auction house or an antique dealer to get a better price for this. Here is the link for the eBay sale items -
www.ebay.com/ .../ 392378630977?_trkparms=aid%3D1110001... September 2, 2022 0 found this helpful
Sterline means Sterling in Italian language. For some reason, it seems sterling is printed on your piece in Italian language.
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