Vintage cup and saucer in the Fern Dell pattern by Franciscan. Mid century Fifties style 1957. Oatmeal color background with fern decoration. No chips or cracks. Some use wear on the saucer but still good. I have 5 sets available. Price is for 1 cup with matching saucer. See other pieces to this pattern I have available. Sorry about the camera glare, not so good photo.
Victory pattern flatware by Wm. Rogers circa 1927. Dinner fork measures 7 1/2" long and is in good condition with average wear and slight heel wear if any. Tines have a little wear at the ends too. I have 3 available, price is per fork.
Silverplate teaspoon by Rogers/International in the PICKWICK Pattern. This flatware pattern dates to 1938 and features a simple rounded handle design. This measures 5 5/8" long and is marked on the back, "Wm Rogers MFG Co. Original Rogers". Great condition with no bends or heel loss. It has the usual faint light scratches from use and storage and a nice shine!
Silverplate Serving Spoon by Rogers/ International in the PICKWICK Pattern. This pattern dates to 1938 and features a simple rounded handle design. This measures 8 1/4" long and is marked on the back, "Wm Rogers MFG Co. Original Rogers". Great condition with no bends or heel loss. It has the usual faint light scratches from use and storage and a good shine! I have 3 abvailable. Preice is per spoon.
Pretty floral pattern silver plate soup spoon in the lovely old Arbutus pattern by William Rogers and son circa 1908. Measures 7 1/8" long. Spoon has a lot of wear and scratches on the bowl, so it would be excellent to use in a jewelry craft for a ring, necklace, keychain ect.
All Items : 20th Century : Deco-Moderne : Kitchenware and Tableware : Pre 2000 item #221399 (stock #safn-248)
These are cute little 2" tall salt and pepper shakers. They are blue & gold lustre with black trim and hand painted floral centre design. They have the red japan ink mark. Still have their original corks also. Very nice condition, with no chips or cracks. I have two identical sets. Price is for one set. Let me know if you would like one or both sets.