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Silver for health reasons

I am not a silversmith, but silver is my metal of choice. It is truly precious metal.

For many years I have use colloidal silver for health reason, and wanted a set of silverware so we could get a little silver in our diet everyday. My mother-in-law gave me an old set of 1847 Rogers Bro. silverware that she found at a yard sale. After polishing it up it is like new. We use it everyday! I realize that it is silverplate, but I think we should still receive benefit form it.

What I really want is a WATER PITCHER made out of the purest silver I can find. I know sometimes other metals are mixed in with the silver. If we drink the water from the pitcher it will also be an added benefit.

Is there a place, other than ebay, to find silver water pitchers to buy (without having to mortgage the house)? I don't even care if it has dents! I just what it for everyday use. With 5 children, a brand new one would get dented anyway. I would like some small cups for the kids as well.

Thanks for any responses you might have time for.

Jennifer from Texas

Re: Silver for health reasons


A pitcher and cups can be made of fine (99.9%) silver. It might be a bit easier to dent since it can be relatively soft. I would check with your local silversmiths and see what they might charge you to make the items. Labor is going to be your greatest expense. Good luck.


Re: Re: Silver for health reasons

Thank you Fred...I am not sure if there are any local, but I live an 1 1/2 hours from Dallas/Ft. Worth and an hour from Waco...maybe I will be able to find a silversmith around these here parts...:)

Blessings to your and yours ~ JenniferJ