Lovely antique spoon marked O.C Oneida in the Orange pattern. Issued in 1910. Silver plate is excellent and no scuffs dings or heel wear. I have 2 available. Measures 5 3/4" long. Price is per spoon.
1908 Narcissus pattern fruit spoon. Made by Oxford silver plate Co. These were also made by Wm. A. Rogers. Designed by William A. Jameson. I just have one but it is in excellent condition. Measures 6" long.
Vintage F.B. Rogers Silverplate Coffee or tea serving set made by and marked on bottom Trade mark 1883 "F B Rogers" 2391 Fabulous ornate design, each with a footed base. Tea pot has a long curved spout, a hinged lid with ornate handle/knob and large handle. It measures 11" tall and 10 3/4" wide from spout to handle. Sugar bowl and creamer match pot with sugar bowl having a lid and creamer having a spout. They measure 4 1/4" to top of handle and 5 1/2" wide...
Here is a lovely silver plate Pierced Tablespoon or Serving Spoon in the SIGNATURE Pattern by International/Old Company Plate by designer Alexandra A. Dabrowski. This flatware pattern has Rose motif and was made 1950. This spoon has a light monogrammed "K". Piece measures 8-1/2 inches long. In nice average condition with no pits or heel marks.
Everlasing flatware pattern gravy ladle by Wm A Rogers Co. Measures 7" long. Nice gently used condition with no heel wear. Pattern is from 1949. A nice repacement piece or addition to your existing set.
Master butter spreader made by Ray Silver Co. which notably makes a lot of Pewter items. Butter Spreader is silver plated and measures 7 1/2" long. Very nice condition. I have 2 available, price is per item. Not sure of the pattern name, I believe their patterns were very linited when it came to a variety of patters. Possibly this being the only flatware pattern they made.
Oneida Community Tudor Silver plate gravy ladle in the Queen Bess II flatware pattern. This listing is for gravy ladle measuring 7 1/4" long, in very nice vintage condition with light to minimum wear and no heel marks. This Oneida Community flatware pattern was a premium that was obtained by collecting Betty Crocker coupons from the packages of various General Mills food products. This was a very popular silverplate pattern from the 1940's and 1950's...
Silverplate dinner fork by Rogers/ International in the NEWPORT aka CHICAGO pattern. This flatware pattern dates to 1879 and features small beading, flowers and crown like design. No monograms. This measures 7 1/2" long and is marked on the back, "1847 Rogers Bros A1". The fork is in good condition as tines are not perfectly straight across and there is light plate wear on the "heel" of the fork with some on the back tips of the tines. I have 3 available. Price is for each fork.
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 dinner fork in the lovely old Arbutus flatware pattern by William Rogers and son circa 1908. Measures 7 3/8" long. Fork has some wear and scratches on the end of the tines which is typical for it's age. Nice addition to your existing set, or it would be excellent to use in a jewelry craft for a ring, necklace, keychain ect, since the floral pattern is so pretty.