Rosemary International Silver Set 6 Silverplate Iced Tea Spoons
A set of six silverplated ice tea spoons in the Rosemary pattern by International Silver, first produced in 1919. The design is hard to see in my photos - there's a little flower at the tip of the handle with long stem roses and leaves winding down the handle They're 8-1/4 inches long, marked New England Silverplate on the backs (this was one of many marks used by International Silver Company). The spoons have been polished to a high shine. There are some small, thin lines of plate wear on some of the heels or backs of the spoons where they rest on the table and a few typical minor use and storage marks, otherwise they're in very good condition. Price is for the set of six.
Adam Oneida Community 2 Silverplate Tablespoons Place Spoons
Two silverplated place spoons (tablespoons) in the 1917 Oneida Community pattern Adam. They're 7-1/4 inches long and polished to a high shine. There are some typical small, light marks from storage and use, otherwise excellent condition.
Weidlich Ancestry Sterling Silver Youth Or 5 O'clock Spoon
This 5-1/4 inch long sterling silver spoon is in the Ancestry pattern by Weidlich Silver, produced in 1940. I've seen this size called both a youth spoon and a 5 O'clock teaspoon. The handle is monogrammed VL. Marked Sterling with the Weidlich winged W mark, excellent condition.
Sometimes called an olive or pickle fork, this 5-5/8 long sterling silver oyster fork is in the Tuileries pattern by Gorham, introduced in 1906. The monogram on the handle looks like MB. Marked Pat. 1906 Sterling with Gorham hallmarks, excellent condition.
Red Plastic Handled Silverware Flatware Set Service For 3
Seventeen pieces of vintage red plastic handled stainless flatware, made in Taiwan in the late 1960s to mid 1970s. There are three each serrated 8 inch steak knives, table knives, dinner forks, salad forks, and teaspoons. There are also two 7-1/2 long tablespoons. All are excellent, gently used condition with no stains, damage, or wear other than normal light use or storage marks.
Silverplate Seasons Greetings Christmas Pie Cake Serving Utensil
Elegant holiday pie or dessert server in gleaming silverplate, 11-3/4 inches long. The handle tip has a Christmas tree rising from a gift bow, the blade is engraved with the words Seasons Greetings in script above a big cluster of poinsettias, holly, pine boughs, and ribbon. Polished to a high shine and in excellent condition. Unmarked.
Ornate Italy Florentine Silverplate Figural Dessert Serving Utensils Set
This ornate Italian figural silverplate serving utensils set was made in the 1940s (they are NOT Victorian as some sellers claim). I believe they are hors d'oeuvre or dessert servers. There are six pieces, 5-1/2 to 3-3/4 inches long: curved blade knife, shovel scoop, shell scoop or spoon, demi spoon, 2-tine small fork, and larger 3-tine fork. Each figural handle depicts a different historical or mythological Italian symbol or figure. Excellent condition.
Boxed Swedish Silverplate Sweet Fork, Coffee Spoon Set
This 1940s - 1950s silverplated serving utensils set was made in Sweden. The pattern name is Rosita - delicate twisted loop handles with roses and leaves at the tops of the handles. There is a sweet fork (knofektgaffel) and a coffee spoon (moccasked). They are four inches long and polished to a high shine. No scratches, wear, or plate loss, I doubt they were ever used. The original box has very slight storage wear, mainly a partially split lid corner.
3 pieces in the Adoration silverplate flatware pattern by Rogers Bros. International Silver, first produced in 1930. Two are serving pieces: a 6-5/8 inch master butter knife and a serving spoon or large tablespoon, 8-1/2 inches long. The third piece is a 6-1/4 inch teaspoon. The pieces have some light use and storage marks, no damage or plate loss. They've been polished to a high shine. Marked 1847 Rogers Bros. IS.
Heritage International Rogers Silverplate Pierced Pie Cake Server
This is the larger of two sizes of pierced pie or dessert servers in the 1953 silverplated Heritage pattern by Rogers Bros. International Silver. It's 10-5/8 inches long with a generously sized blade, 5-1/4 by 2-1/2 inches. There are typical light marks to the silver finish of the blade from use and storage. Marked on the back of the handle 1847 Rogers Bros. IS Heritage.
Queen Bess Oneida Silverplate Gravy Ladle And Tablespoon
Two serving pieces in the 1946 Tudor Plate Queen Bess silverplate pattern by Oneida Community. The gravy ladle is about 7 inches long with a 2-1/2 wide bowl. The serving spoon or tablespoon is 8-1/4 long. Both pieces are polished to a high shine and in very good condition with only typical light marks from use and storage. No plate loss.
Bridal Wreath Oneida Tudor Plate Silverplated Pie Dessert Server
This silverplate pie or dessert server is in the Bridal Wreath pattern, issued by Oneida in 1950. It measures 9-5/8 inches long and is in excellent condition, shiny with only light storage and use marks, no plate loss. Marked on the back of the handle Tudor Plate Oneida Community.
This vintage wooden silverware box has two lined sections to store your flatware, one in the main compartment under the hinged lid and the other in a pull-out drawer below. The box is probably stained walnut or maple, quite heavy. The lining fabric is burgundy or maroon red colored velvet. It holds service for 12 plus serving pieces (knives have slots in the lid) with 9 divided sections in the top drawer, seven in the lower drawer. The box has a few scuffs and light scratches, the most prominent a couple of nicks to the top left edge. The inside is in excellent condition with no stains, tears, or damage. There are no labels or manufacturer markings. About 15 by 11-1/2 inches by 5-1/2 inches high.
Up for sale is a very nice Rockford/Oneida silver plate flat twisted handle master butter knife in the Grenoble/Gloria pattern without a monogram. It was made by Rockford/Oneida circa 1906. Rockford was established in 1905 in Rockford, Illinois. It is marked on the back with the Rockford mark plus Pat. Apr. 17, '06, both on the handle. It measures approximately 7 1/4 long. The top blade measures approximately 1 wide and 3 1/2 long. It is in good condition. There are some light scratches on the blade. It can be polished if you prefer. A quality piece!
A 14 silver and ivorine presentation trowel or spade, made to be given to a dignitary when a prominent building was dedicated. A popular presentation piece ca 1860s-90s. This one is silverplate with a sterling ferrule, made by B. Mallison & Co of Huddersfield, England. The handle is likely catalin, an early molded plastic resembling ivory and bone. A great piece, ready for your inscription.
An elegant pair of spoon shaped sugar tongs, made by Elkington Silver Co. in 1921. The Elkington SIlver Company of Birmingham, England was the first to successfully patent an electroplating process that could be used in manufacturing. The simple pattern of the tongs with only a spear shape extending onto the back of the spoon is typical of the Modern art deco era of the 1920s. A beautiful pair in excellent condition.
Antique Silver Floral Serving Spoon Cerita Usa 1900 Silver Plate
This is a very pretty floral pattern serving spoon by Cerita, USA made 1900-1910. The serving spoon measures 8 inches long and has a foliage and flower design on both sides of the handel. The spoon is in very good ++ condition but does have signs of use in the bowl, and an area of worn plate on the back where the spoon rests. A very pretty way to serve your stuffing!
Antique Serving Spoon Wm Rogers Fiddle Silver Plate Mint 1900
his is an antique Wm A Rogers, USA large serving spoon, serving tablespoon or large dessert spoon after the English manner made in the 1890s in a variant Fiddle pattern. The spoon is marked Silvaseal EPNS, or electro plated silver plate. The large spoon is 7.25 inches long and is in excellent condition.
An art nouveau sugar spoon made by Rogers Bros. It has a shell shaped bowl and the figure of a girl, maiden or woman around which are scrolls, fronds and ferns. Quite unusual. In excellent condition with little or no wear. Beautiful soft silver patina.
A lovely silverplate teaspoon in a grape cluster and leaf pattern. I could not find the emblem of the manufacturer, but the spoon has a patent date of 10/1/1905. The silver plate is in very good condition with the exception of the heel of the bowl which rests on the table. Some wear there. Otherwise it is a very beautiful unique grape pattern. 6 long.
Viking Plate By Lipman Levinter Industries Limited
This is a vintage silver plate dish stamped Viking Plate Made in Canada E.P. Copper.Ornate designe and beaded rim and ruffled rim. The plate measures is 9 1/4 inches in diameter. It was manufactured in Toronto sometime between 1930 & 1950 by Lipman Levinter Industries Limited. There are scratches on this tray from usage (see picture) . It is a beautiful dish.
The Silver plated candlestick by Jennings Brothers.The company was in business from the early 1900's to 1950 something. Marked inside on the bottom is J.B. 2341. Jennings Brothers worked in both silver and white metal. 6 inches tall and 3 inches across the base. Very ornate with a different scene on each side, they alternate with a man and a woman on the base in the center and near the top with a total of 16 different depictions on each stick. They weigh 9.6 oz..
This is the medium cold meat fork in the Vintage pattern by 1847 Rogers Bros. The grape patterned cold meat fork is 8.25 long and in fair condition. The handle is in great condition, but the tines are heavily scratched.
A unique silverplate cake serving fork made by 1847 Rogers Bros. This pattern Vintage, with grape clusters is an enduring popular pattern. It was discontinued in 1904 and is still highly collectible. The elaborately styled cake fork is a real find. In Excellent used condition. Dark spots in my photos are shadows/ reflections.
This Vintage Grape pattern pie server was made in silver plate by the 1847 Rogers Bros Co ca 1904. The hollow handle pie server is completely silver plate including the blade. In very good condition. Only normal minor use wear.
A very old silverplate pattern from 1847 Rogers, the Vintage pattern. Vintage has a multi-curved handlewith grapes and vine tendrils. This set of 3 forks are in very good condition, with small signs of use. The plate is still all intact.
This is an unusual stamped silver plate sugar spoon. It has an elaborately stamped bowl with an acanthus leaf. The handle is beaded. In very good condition. The makers mark is Quevee Silver Warranted. 6 long
An art nouveau sugar spoon made by Rogers Bros. It has a shell shaped bowl and the figure of a maiden or woman around which are scrolls, fronds and ferns. Quite unusual. In excellent condition with little or no wear.
A mother of pearl handled spreader with decorative engraving on the blade. Silver plate ferrule and blade. Marked only EPNS. The tip of the blade is slightly bent. 6 long. Great for serving soft cheeses or pates.
A mother of pearl handled demitasse spoon with a silverplate ferrule in a plain banded pattern. These spoons were popular ca 1890-1914. In excellent condition. 5 long. Marked EPNS A-1 Sheffield England
Gold Plate Flatware: Golden Scroll 1 Place Setting
A 4 piece place setting in the pattern Golden Scroll, aka American Golden Heritage gold-plate by International Silver Co., ca 1970, Meriden Ct. Box label states: gold electroplated stainless steel. Set consists of 1 dinner fork, 1 desert fork, 1 knife, 1 teaspoon. New in box, never used. Very bright and shiny. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority, with free Delivery Confirmation, 1 ½ lbs. from 06068. #562
A 5 piece place flatware setting in the pattern Elegant Lady, silver-plate by Rogers, International Silver Co., Meriden CT, ca 1952. Labeled: Rogers Bros., Reinforced plate. Set consists of 1 dinner fork, 1 dessert fork, 1 knife, 1 soup spoon, 1 teaspoon. New in box, never used. At 59 years old considered semi-antique, and shown to be in beautiful shape. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority, with free Delivery Confirmation, 1 ½ lbs. from 06068. #561
Please choose First Class Postage for this item. This tiny 3 3/4 inch tall demitasse spoon looks foreign to me. It has a hand painted porcelain medallion at the top of a guitar player. It is silverplated with an ornate design and no markings.
Please choose First Class Postage for this item. This spoon, though showing wear, is so cute, I couldn't help but offer it for sale. It has an engraved bear on the top with a big soup spoon and various toys going down the handle. It has some pitting on the bowl, so I don't recommend using it. It would be cute for crafts or for display.
I remember using this kind of spoon as a young child. It had a comic book character at the top and it was my favorite. This silverplated spoon comes from International Silver and measures 5 3/4 inches long. There is no metal wear but it does need a deep polishing to bring back the luster. The Front of the spoon, says, Dennis the Menace. Please choose First Class Postage for this item.
Rogers Bros. Evening Star Silverplate Flatware Set
This lovely set was started in 1953. The original card is included from the owner who meticulously wrote down who and when she received each piece. It is a set for 12 with 12 each, knives, dinner forks, salad forks and teaspoons. Also included are 2 large serving spoons, a sugar shell, a jelly spoon, a master butter spreader, a gravy ladle, and a pie server. I am also including 5 matching demitasse spoons. The set shows no metal wear on the back. There is some very light scratching from light use. The set is not monogrammed and comes in its lined walnut case. (which has one moderate scratch on the top.) Shipping is free on this set to anywhere in the United States.
Antique Tablespoon Georgian Kings Pattern Edwardian Large
This is an antique large tablespoon or table serving spoon in an Edwardian version, around 1900, of a Georgian pattern called Kings that was first made in the 1830s during the reign of George IV. The tablespoon is 8.5 inches long and is one of the better quality versions with a fully decorated back and spoon bowl. The spoon is marked EPNS and A1. The spoon is in very good used condition with no plate loss, but showing signs of wear.
Beautiful set of 4 silver spoons, Made by Birks, Showing floral, Victorian style design on handles, Properly identified on the back of each spoon, In excellent condition, Each measuring about over 4 inches long.
South Seas Oneida Silverplate Dinner Knife, 3 Available
8-1/2 inch long silverplated dinner or table knives in the 1955 South Seas pattern by Oneida Community. In excellent vintage condition with minor use and storage marks, no bends, dings, or plate loss. Three are available, price is per knife.
South Seas Oneida Silverplate Dinner Fork, 3 Available
I have three of these silverplated dinner forks in the Oneida Community South Seas pattern from 1955. They're 7-1/2 inches long and in very good vintage condition with slight use and storage marks. No pitting or plate loss. Price is per fork.
Three silverplated teaspoons in the Oneida Community South Seas pattern from 1955. They're 6-1/4 long. Some light storage and use marks, no plate loss or noticeable wear. Price is for the set of three.
A 7.5 silverplate dinner fork made by the National Silver Co. for the United States Navy ca 1937. This is an unusual floral pattern called Rose and Leaf. It is more feminine in style than most military utensil patterns. Marked USN on the front. In excellent condition.
Set Of Six 1940 Wm Rogers Avalon Silverplate Teaspoons
Vintage 1940 very nice 6 inch spoons with pretty floral pattern called Avalon. Super light scratches, just tarnished, probably only need rubbed with a polishing cloth. Great dinnerware flatware replacements for your table setting. Price is for all six.
Dansk Torun Silver Plate Place Setting Knife Fork Spoon New
Dansk International Torun Silver Plate Five Piece Place Setting. This patter was made by Dansk in Japan from 1987 to 1999. It features a smooth rounded end pattern with ends that turn down. This place setting includes an 8 1/2 inch dinner knife, a 7 7/8 inch dinner fork, a 7 1/4 inch salad fork, an 8 inch tablespoon and a 6 3/4 inch teaspoon. All five pieces are in excellent, new condition, still in the plastic wrappers, one of which has been opened. A perfect addition to your set!
A part set of Wm Rogers Silverplate flatware. In very good condition with minimal wear. There are 34 pieces in all. 3 dinner forks 3 salad forks 12 teaspoons, 2 sugar spoons 5 tablespoons 6 dinner knives 1 master butter knife Salad server spoon and fork
Puritan Rogers Silverplate 1912 Gravy Or Soup Ladle
A silver plated soup or gravy ladle in the Puritan pattern by Rogers, produced in 1912. It's a little over 7 inches long with a 2-1/2 inch bowl. Use marks are minimal but the handle has a curve in the center that looks natural but on close inspection may be a slight bend. One possible tiny spot of plate loss at the heel where the ladle rests on the the bowl or table surface. Marked with patent date of Sept 3 1912 and Rogers AA with two anchor logos.
This 7-3/8 long silver plated master butter knife is in the Merced pattern from 1927, produced by Oneida and marked Niagara Silver Plate. There are use marks on the blade and two spots of plate loss to the blade above the handle as shown.
Victorian Boxed Spoon Set, Made from Silver, plated to be used for tea, coffee deserts etc,In excellent condition not showing any use, This set comes with original box nice and clean on inside but shows minimal for age use on outside, Each spoon measures approximately 4 1/2 inches long, nice and shiny and ready to use.
This is lovely set of 7 ,ade by Community Plate Oneida/Heirloom Silverplate, The pattern is called Adam and it was introduced in 1917, Flat handles showing a two-sided design, In excellent, used condition, with very slight signs of use, As per images Each measuring approximately 6 1/4 inches long
This is set of four, Community Silver plate Cream or Consomme style Soups Spoons, This type with round bowl is hard to find, Each measuring approximately 4 3/4 long, In fine for age, used condition, Silver appears to be all present, no bold spots
STAG DEER HORN WITH STERLING SILVER BAND VINTAGE CARVING FORK. BAND ON HANDLE IS MARKED 'STERLING'. STAND IS MARKED 'PAT. JULY 5th 1886'. HORN HANDLE IS 4in LONG. INCLUDING TINES 10 3/4in LONG. TINES AND STAND IS AGED, WORN AND PITTED. see close up, sold as-is.
KEEN KUTTER STAG DEER HORN WITH STERLING SILVER BAND VINTAGE KNIFE SHARPENER. BAND ON HANDLE IS MARKED 'KEEN KUTTER STERLING'. HORN HANDLE IS 4in LONG. INCLUDING SHARPENER 13 1/4in LONG. HONING BLADE IS AGED AND WORN. see close up, sold as-is.
KEEN KUTTER STAG DEER HORN WITH STERLING SILVER BAND LARGE VINTAGE KNIFE. BAND ON HANDLE IS MARKED 'KEEN KUTTER STERLING'. HORN HANDLE IS 4 1/2in LONG. INCLUDING BLADE 14 1/2in LONG. BLADE IS AGED, WORN AND VERY SHARP. BLADE IS MARKED 'E.C.SIMMONS KEEN KUTTER'. see close up, sold as-is.
Beautiful Antique Silver Spoon, Made by Community, Pattern name Ballad, Silver plated, In fine for age condition, Measures approximately 6 3/4 inches long, Presently we have 3 of these in stock each is priced 15.00, Thanks.
Wm William Rogers & Son Fair Oak Sugar Spoon Silverware
Beautiful Fair Oak aka Oak Silverplate Flatware pattern with Raised Leaves. Measures 6 inches long. Nice condition, light signs of use. Just needs polished with a silver cloth. Beautiful addition to any dinnerware or party table setting.
Pretty 1908 Silver Plate Flatware pattern to use with Carnation decorated dinnerware. Raised 3 dimensional ornate Flower design inside bowl with long stem up the handle with two Blooms at the top of handle. Back side has indented reverse design. Handle is marked Pat Jan 14, 08. Has a Cross mark W. R. and a shield. Measures 6 inches long with a 1 3/4 inch wide bowl. Shows very minor signs of usage, no plate wear. Needs polished.
A silverplated cold meat serving fork in the Oneida Community Queen Bess pattern, issued in 1946. The fork is 8-3/8 inches long and in very good shiny condition with only light storage and use marks, no plate loss.