Antique Cupboard is trusted worldwide for no nonsense, fair, and honest dealings. Our prices and selection are tops. But the best part is the great quality, fast personal service, safe & fast shipping, and staff of experts dedicated to serving you. Our family has been a trusted source for fine sterling silver flatware & hollowware and fine estate jewelry for over 50 years.

Owner Phil Dreis is author of Warman’s Sterling Silver Flatware: Value & Identification Guide, Flatware that’s not flat: Design and production of innovative table cutlery, 1890-2015, and major contributor to Tiffany Sterling Flatware – When Dining was an Art.

What started as a small family hobby has grown into one of the largest sterling silver matching services in the country. Our flatware inventory consists of over 600,000 pieces, which includes the largest selection of Victorian silver in the United States.

We buy and sell silver, specializing in rare patterns, one-of-a-kind pieces, museum quality figural silver, Tiffany sterling, and heirlooms that will be treasured for years to come. All sales are satisfaction guaranteed. If we don’t have the piece you are looking for, we’ll find it. Ask to be added to our want list. Be sure to sign up for our newsletter for monthly specials!

Call us toll-free (1-800-637-4583), and find out how we got our sterling reputation — we have silverware arriving daily!

Customer service is the foundation of all that we do. Our business is based on old fashioned values - honesty and integrity, and all of our items are backed by our money back guarantee. We work hard for you. Our world class selection of fine, unique silver is selected by hand, polished individually, inspected, and packaged with great care. Our goal is to EXCEED your expectations on every single purchase.

We sincerely appreciate the opportunity to earn your business.

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Where it all started…..


1970’s Milwaukee Journal - Owner Phil’s grandfather and Aunt Callie – Booth at Antique Show (above)


Phil’s mother in Milwaukee Journal discussing “Old silver patterns always in demand”. (left) 1970’s.


Milwaukee Journal 1978 article– “Interest in antiques runs 3 generations deep”(above)

Phil’s mother’s (Mary Lou) antique show booth in 1968 and 1970 (above)

Phil’s mother (Mary Lou) exhibiting Hummel figurines at an antique show in 1978 (left)

Phil’s Grandmother, Antique show, 1960 (above)