July 6, 2012 Is there a way to remove or repair small dents in an antique silver-plated tea pot? 2 Tags: Antique, dents, remove, Repair, silverplated, Small, there. Filed under Silver Antiques by admin on Jul 6th, 2012. Facebook Google+ Twitter Pinterest Email Print Delicious Digg Fark Google Instapaper LinkedIn MySpace Newsvine Pocket Readability Reddit StumbleUpon Tumblr Yahoo! Related Posts is there an online collector of silver and other antiques that buys without traveling? Please, all e-Bayed out Is there any website that helps you determine the makers of antiques such as silver, and silver plated items? Is there anyone out there that would interested in 17th Century Silver / Antiques? "I Hate Polishing Silver" - 4 ways to polish your silver and remove tarnish. Auto Repair Manuals Download PDF eBooks 400 Titles Comments on Is there a way to remove or repair small dents in an antique silver-plated tea pot? July 6, 2012 Mawia @ 8:57 pm Probably not. You might check with a jeweller or silversmith, another option is place that does silver plate. The small dents are called patina and is part of the charm of an older piece of silverware. Be sure to check the value of the piece before attempting any “repairs’. I hope you use the teapot often; there is nothing quite as elegant as serving tea from a silver service. shelbysantiques @ 9:57 pm If you have dents and you really like the set…don’t even try…the plating will be ruined…just bring it to a reputable silver smith and let them do it. It is not that expensive and you will have a nice pot when you are finished. Otherwise, if they are not too noticable let them be…remember they are tales of the past!