This is a fabulous quality, heavy, silverplate Victorian style water pitcher with hallmarks. It has wonderful scroll work and 4 claw feet. It has the lip that hold the ice inside while you pour the water. It is large, measuring 10.25 inches when the handle is attached, and 6.75 inches across the rim. It is damaged and needs the handle re-attached. I don't have the skills to do that. I do not know the age, but I think it is old, I don't know how to identify the hallmarks.
These are lovely art deco style nickel silver teaspoons, but smaller, maybe demitasse spoons. They have a mark that looks like the club mark in on playing cards. There a 7 of them, and they measure 5 inches long. They need polished but seem to be in very good used condition, they are not bent or misshapen in any way. I have not been able to find out any information on them, but they are surely vintage, and probably antique.
This is 10 William Rogers silver mfg company iced teaspoons in the Anniversary Monograms pattern from circa 1923 to 1973. These are silver-plate spoons. I am also including one regular teaspoon with these. They measure 7 and 5/8 inches long. 9 of them look in good used condition, 1 is a little rough in the bottom. The reg. teaspoon has a bit of the plating missing on the bottom. I believe these could be polished up very nicely.
This is a gorgeous meat carving trio marked Carvel Hall by Briddell, who is Chas. D. Briddell. It is called the Classic pattern, which is silver overlay on black, probably plastic. The ends, tines, and blades are stainless steel. They are a bit of tarnish on the designs. The meat fork is 10.5 inches long the smallest knife is 13 inches long and the largest carver is 14.5 inches long. The largest knife has a crack on the underside of the handle, the other 2 pieces are in good condition.
This lovely collectors spoon is marked Panama on the frond handle with the date 1915, with a map also, the back shows a landscape scene of San Francisco and California poppies. It looks like silver, or sliver-plate but is unmarked so I don't know for sure. It measures 5.75 inches long and is in very good used condition, just needing a polishing.
This is a nice crystal bowl with diamonds, fans, and feather designs, and a starburst in the bottom. It has a silverplate rim that is marked silverplate England. It measures 3.5 inches high and 8.5 inches in diameter. The crystal glass is in good condition, just a rough spot on the bottom base, the silverplate as a couple of small shallow spots on the surface and spot on the lower edge of the rim has bit of lost plating. Circa 1970.
3 really unique forks what would work great for condiments, pickles, etc. They have what looks like ivory handles, and silver plate metal. The have hallmarks that say W&HSH and W&N inside a pennant flag. The measure 6.5 inches long and are in good used condition. I believe they are vintage, the are auction items.
Very ornate Old Colony 1847 Rogers Bro. xs triple oyster fork. I believe it is handcrafted. I don't know the silver content but It looks thick, I see nothing but silver. This piece measures 5 and 7/8 inches long, nothing is misshaped and no bends. This is certainly a victorian styled piece with beautiful little floral design on the tine section.
This is a wonderful 1898 Forbes Silver Co. Clovis pattern silver-plate teaspoon. It measures 5.75 inches long, and is in very good used condition, just needing a good polishing.
This is for 3 Wm.A.Rogers teaspoons. They are all antique. One is marked 1847 Rogers A, another Pat. Nov 29,1910 Wm Rogers and Sons AA, and the last is Pat. July 9.12 Wm.A.Rogers German Silver R. All measure approx. 6 inches long, and one is shaped more pointed like a grapefruit spoon. The are all in good used condition, and have flowers on the handles. I believe these are all silverplate, but the German silver one might be silver, I am not sure.
This is a lovely pair of matching candlesticks marked Sheridan E.P.S. They are silver plate and measure 3 and 5/8 inches tall and 4 and 1/8 inches across the base. They look in good condition except for needing polishing. Circa 1960 to 1970
This is a matching set of silverplate creamer and sugar dish made by Derby S.P.Co also International Silver Co. It is marked with the numbers 1140 some initial that look like EDNS and Wm. Mount. The look in pretty good shape, no dents, but need polished. I don't know if any of the plating is missing, but if it is I don't see it. They measure 2.25 inches hight and 3 inches across...
This is a pretty 2 compartment silverplate relish or candy tray with a handle across the middle section. It measures 13 by 9.5 inches across. It looks in good condition, but needs polished. It also looks like the silver with worn on the handle. It is still a lovely piece. It is unmarked so I don't know the age or maker.
This is a circa 1970s George Washington presidential Silverplate Spoon by William Rogers mfg company. It has Mt. Vernon Virginia on the inside of the spoon cup, and American flags on the back handle, and of course George Washington and his image on the front. It is in used condition with surface marks, but should shine up very nicely.
This is a wonderful old vintage silverplate spoon by Oneida in their Deutschland collectors series. It features Wilhelm II with a crest on the front and soldiers and flag on the back. It measures 5 and 7/8 inches long. It has a bit of wear to the back of the spoon bowl, and the tip of the spoon bowl is a bit out of shape. This would still make a great piece for a vintage spoon collector.
This is a lovely little Vintage Stratford Plate Special Baby, or Child's Spoon in the Rosemary Pattern. It is silver-plate, and measures 4.25 inches long, It is in pretty good condition, with just couple of small fleabites to the plating in the bowl of the spoon, and normal wear markings.
This is a very cool old antique piece of 1847 Rogers A1 Fiddle Tip teaspoon. This is very old and well worn, but has a lot of character. It measures5 and 7/8 inches long.
This is a lovely little, about baby size, souvenir spoon made by Oneida LTD Silversmiths Canada. It is marked Victoria B.C. in the bowl, and British Columbia with the flag and sun on the handle. It measures 4.5 inches long, and is in good used condition.