At Oldani Brothers, we manufacture all of our silver and pewter products by hand at our workshop in Meriden, CT. Working with us, you will have access to the best artisans in the country with a lifetime of experience working both sterling silver and pewter.
Our current wholesale customers include jewelers, yacht clubs, trophy retailers, award galleries, online retailers, sports tournaments, animal shows, and more.
Wholesale Silver and Pewter Products
Our wholesale silver products include trophies, mint julep cups, Paul Revere bowls, baby cups, baby plates, tankards, goblets, plates, trays, Jefferson cups, baby porringers, and more. Products can be finished in either bright/mirror or satin/grey finish.
A comprehensive list of our products can be found on oldanibrothers.com.
Besides our own tools, we can use chucks, stamping dies, or molds that you give us. We can also design and make new toolings for specific projects.
Pewter and Silver Trophies
Colonial Loving Cup
TR700 Series Trophy
TR620 Series Loving Cup
Mint Julep Cups
We have the capacity to accept even the largest volume jobs. Being centrally located in the historical hub of the silver industry grants us easy access to talented artisans for a scalable workforce.
We do not have a minimum order size.
Please call or email for access to our wholesale pricing. Both digital and hard copies are available.
Phone: (203) 630-6565
Our production design lines include Preisner Silver, Connecticut House Pewter, and Valerio Albarello.
2 thoughts on “Wholesale Silver and Pewter Trophies, Mint Julep Cups, and Baby Goods”
I discovered a loving cup from 1925, engraved for an indoor baseball league win, sponsored by a local department store, before I donate it to our museum I am trying to find if it’s valuable for silver. I can send photo. Thanks!
I can’t be sure because I’m only looking at pictures, but the trophy might actually be pewter, a silver look-a-like metal. When silver tarnishes, I would expect it to take on a more colorful look. Take a look at this picture of old tarnished silver. I would check around the bottom and the rest of the trophy to see if you can find a stamp that says sterling or 925 anywhere. That would indicate that it’s made of silver.
Pewter is somewhat valuable at around $10/lb but not even close to silver priced at around $26/ozt right now. If it’s pewter, I imagine it would be more valuable for its historical value.
Let me know if you have any other questions!
All the best,