I finally managed to solve my problem.
I have settled on layed plating. The results are astounding.
1.I make the surface conduvtive with my own concotion of
2.Layer it with copper by a bright acid copper bath.Depending on
the object different micron deposits produce the required shine.
3.Silver plate the object. Usually a bright shiny surface is
obtained with 2/3 microns. But I plate to the required micron
deposit to obtain a reasonable deposit as the objects are for
decorative purposes. Although I have started I still have a long
way to go as far as the ;learning curve is concerned.
Any help and suggestions on the copper plating/shiny surface of
copper and silver durability of the shine would be appreciated.
I am unsure if any copper would diffuse and showup on the silver
surface and ruin the silver coat after passage of time?