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Mum shows off her incredible organisation after WEEKS of tidying

por German Ault (2020-07-04)


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Then I turned 50 and thought, what am I saving it for? So, my grandmother's silver is in my kitchen and I use it everyday. When you cherished this post and you would want to get more details with regards to cabinets online i implore you to visit our web-page. I still have the stainless and if we have a crowd over or a BBQ outside, I bring it out.

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Even her cutlery and utilities drawers are laid out in such a way that you wouldn't be able to complain about not finding something - as everything is clearly visible and there is 'no jumbling' of products.

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Having family heirlooms can be both an honor and a pain, especially when you don't use them or have a place to display them. It seems that having the family silver is even a bigger responsibility! Can you have some pieces treated with a non-tarnishing coating and have them mounted and framed to display? Then give away the rest! Easy for me to say...I have a hard time parting with heirlooms that have sentimental value.

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My kids don't want much of it, and probably not the grandkids, either. The two old enough to care are boys, and I don't think they have the same sense of family history; the two girls are not yet old enough to give a hoot--one being in high school, the other in elementary school.

Comments flooded the post on Facebook, praising her 'satisfying' packing and stacking methods, but some were confused about the need for separating items like deodorant and shaving cream into individual plastic tubs.

Elsewhere, the Beckham's made delicious-looking pizzas in their stone pizza oven situated in their kitchen, which features dark painted cabinets and a wood-topped island situated in the middle of the room.

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This web page may long outlive me. I hope that it does, and I hope that whoever does end up with this silverware might someday find these words and perhaps learn a bit more about its origins and history.

It might have been because she had first given it to her son, my father. My mother used that silver for special family dinners - Thanksgiving and Christmas. When my wife and I took over those get togethers, it was natural to pass the silver to us and we have had it ever since.

It's interesting to try to discover the origins of vintage keepsakes. It's sad that you can't ask your grandparents anymore. I wonder if some dealer might be able to identify the markings, but I am sure you went that route. Anyway, this was an interesting family story.

I've asked quite a few people about that: dealers and collectors both. Nobody knows. Most will say that if you want to own real silver place settings, just buy it, because they have no clear idea what the future will hold.

Some of it is older, though, and not engraved. For example, the unidentified piece below is part of it. I'm told this is probably early American "coin silver" - that is, .800 fine (80% silver). The two six pointed stars surrounding an eagle are referred to as "pseudo marks" because no official authority guaranteed the assay. I've posted that picture at several boards and also emailed it to a few dealers, but so far no one has been able to tell me anything more about it. I wish I had thought to ask my grandmother while she was still alive, but it may be too old for her to have known its provenance.