Expert Repair, Re-plating and Restoration of your valuable Flatware (Silverware) Items


Disposal damage …

Have you experienced a knife, fork or spoon inadvertently slipping down the garbage disposal? The extent of the damage can be shocking: mangled fork tines, spoon bowl crushed, handles deformed or even chopped into several pieces. Do not despair … your valuable piece of flatware can most likely be repaired to a functional state! Contact us for a free estimate.


Re-Plate Worn Silver / Gold Flatware …

Silver or Gold plated flatware items will eventually show wear in the form of scratches and dents. Minor wear can be professionally cleaned, polished and buffed to achieve its original luster. For plated items, more severe wear may require the piece to be silver or gold re-plated to restore its original beauty. Ask one of our silversmiths for advice.


Worn / Damaged Knife Blades ....

Worn and damaged knife, steak, and carving knife blades can be replaced with stainless steel replacement blades. Worn and damaged fork, steak fork, and carving fork tines can also be replaced with stainless steel components. Call us for a free estimate.


Loose Knife Blades and Fork Tines Skillfully Resecured …

Rough handling will often cause knife blades and fork tines to become loose. Our experienced Craftsmen can secure these, assuring you many more years of service from your flatware.


Dents and Scratches in Handles …

Over time, scratches and dents will occur on the handles of flatware that is used on a regular basis. Our Silversmiths can restore original luster and beauty to these items quickly and economically. Minor scratches on Sterling flatware [sterling is almost always marked] can be restored to original luster using a buffing process. Silver-plated flatware pieces normally require re-plating. Dents will be skillfully removed by our silversmiths.


Engraved Monogram Removal …

As with dents and scratches, the process for Monogram removal depends on whether the piece is Sterling or Silver-plated. On a Sterling item [sterling is almost always marked] the engraving is buffed so the monogram will no longer be detectable. If the silverware piece is silver plated, after buffing. the piece must be re-plated. Contact us if you have a question.


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