The rude tables were covered with embroidered cloths, and gold and silver plate abounded.
The table was loaded with silver plate, and his servants were in livery.
Paul Jones was very angry because his sailors had taken the silver plate.
He could take his silver plate, his gold and silver coin; not much else.
On the insistence of his men he took the silver plate that belonged to the Earl, but touched nothing else on the estate.
They sold the silver plate for a few pence, taking it for pewter.
His litter was furnished with silver plate, and with all the conveniences of a magnificent household.
O'Connell said of Peel that 'his smile was like the silver plate on a coffin.'
Around the compass, the silver plate carries the lines of hours.
Where is the silver plate—the wassail bowls and our silver-gilt chargers?