What is the value of Holmes and Edwards inlaid silver?

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Holmes and Edwards sterling silver inlaid is very popular with antique collectors and dealers. It is the process of filling a design in an object with sterling silver wire. The object's design is either carved by hand or machined. The design grooves are then filled with sterling silver wire and hammered into place, filling the entire object. Sterling silver is used, because it is the best grade of silver. It is also a popular choice because of its malleability and affordability in comparison to other types of metals.
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Holmes & Edwards inlaid silver is really just silver plate and does not have a high value.
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Hello Jacob, thank you for your question. I don't know specifically what type of base metal Holmes & Edwards used for their silverplated flatware. Every silverplate manufacturer
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It is worth what someone will pay. Try placing it on ebay. Good luck.
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How much can i get for a Holmes and Edwards Inlaid silver plate service for 8 danish princess pattern with original wooden chest.
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