Sherrys Antiques* Collectibles* Frivolous Necessities
Silverplate 7 1/2" dinner fork by 1847 Rogers Bros, under International. The flatware pattern name is Heraldic, it was introduced in 1916. Hammered with shield pattern. No monograms. Pieces are in good used condition which surface scratches, minor tarnish and some heel wear wear may be present. Price is per fork. We have 3 available.
La Vigne 1881 Rogers Silverplate dinner Fork with grapes design. Maker Marked: 1881 Rogers A1. Very Good Condition, usual estate wear includes light scratches on some pieces an some wear on the tines. Measures approximately 7 1/4 inches long. This flatware from 1908 and designed by William A Jameson.
La Vigne 1881 Rogers Silverplate teaspoon with grapes design. Maker Marked: 1881 Rogers A1. Very Good Condition, usual estate wear includes light scratches and some faint heel ware on some pieces. 3 available, price is per spoon. Measures approximately 6 inches long. This flatware from 1908 and designed by William A Jameson.
Norman Rockwell 1776-1976 Bi-Centennial bell. On the front has a picture of Benjamin Franklin signing the Declaration of Independence. On the back has Norman Rockwell, First Limited Edition, Bi-Centennial bell, 1776-1976. On the inside has The Saturday Evening Post Co., 1926, Dave Grossman Designs Inc. 1975. Very good condition with no chips, cracks or wear. No clapper. Dimensions are 3 inches on the bottom and 6 inches tall.
A lovely Josef Original musical figurine in perfect condition with no cracks, chips, or breaks. A pretty girl in a pink dress sits at the piano. The music box is in excellent working condition and plays a nice clear song as she rotates on the base. She is just over 6" tall and has both the Josef Original and Japan labels.
This is an adorable small Squibb marked Mortar base and pestle. Marked "Delfts Holland SQUIBB" done in Blue and White Delfts style and Labeled RX on one side and floral on the other. Tiny size may be a salesmans sample or Pharmacy advertising piece. Measures approx. 2" tall by approx. 2 1/4" diameter. In wonderful condition, but some crazing. A very cute early 60's drug manufacturers piece! A great collectible...
Big red strawberry cookie jar. Made of glazed ceramic. No makers name on it. Measures about 8 3/4" tall with the lid on. Perfect with the exception on a very small chip under the lid. It has been toched up with green ceramic paint and is barely noticeable unless you are really searching for it. Not visable from the outside at all. Nice and roomy to hold lots of cookies. Would be especially cute if you have a fruit decor, or a red & white kitchen.
Beautiful antique cup and saucer is hand painted and has pale yellow band with a moriage of gold beading and rose panels. Cup is thin and delicate. The gold on this set is in amazing bright condition. No chips or cracks on either piece. Cup has the green wreath M, Hand painted Nippon mark circa 1886. Saucer measures 5 5/8" diameter.
This wonderful EAPG celery vase was made in 1907 by Tarentum Glass Co. It is the "Ornate star" pattern. They made an extensive table service plus cordials in this pattern. Pressed glass celery vases were popular in the Victorian era. Celery was a rarity, and the hostess would love to show off the celery in one of these loveley vases on her table. This one measures 6 1/4" tall and is in perfect condition. Some micro bubbles but this is typical. You will not be disappointed in this lovely piece.
Amazing vintage bone china cup and saucer made by Gladstone England. Teeny pink flowers with a sparse sprinkle of a tiny blue flower ever so often. Gold trim on edges, and handles and rings. Pristine condition. a pretty set for you chintz collection. This set is from an estate so is most likely 40's-50's era.
Gorgeous and delicate Donatello shape. Rare hand painted acorns and oak leaves border on cup and saucer. Airbrushed in pretty fall colors and the acorns have a lustre to them. saucer measures 5 5/8" across and cup is squatty and 1 7/8" tall. Pristine condition and is made f a fine thin china. Green Rosen thale Donatello Bavaria Mark.
Windflower pattern was made by International silver/1847 Rogers Bros/ 1979-1983. This stainless gravy ladle is in wonderful condition and measures 6 3/8" long.
Old flatware pattern marked Sheffield Plate. This is the master butter knife or spreader. A single flower on the handle. This pattern is called "One". Measures 7 1/4" long. Good average condition. Silver plate needs polishing but would be a great addition to your flatware service.
April, 1954, Tupperware Rose pattern,wa introduced. The first and only pattern from Tupperware. Wm Rogers Mfg. Co. A1 plus Original Rogers (with two hallmarks "I" and "S".) This is a silver plate spoon, and in good used condition. The front of the bowl has a tiny dark speck but this may come off with polish. The back is stamped as mentioned above description. Measures 6" long.
Wm. Rogers Mfg Co. Extra Plate Rogers Original on the back. Flatware pattern is Inspiration aka Magnolia. Silver plate, No monogram and is in Excellent - Barely Used condition. No silver loss or wear, hardly any surface scratches as expected from normal use. Size 6 7/8" long. 1951.
Wm Rogers & Sons silver plate Orange Blossom Fruit Orange citrus Spoon Pat Date Nov 29 1910. Wonderful condition with no dings or hard ware. Measures approx 6" long. Would make a wonderful addition to your existing flatware or just a pretty spoon to compliment a dish.
This beautiful silver plate large berry spoon or casserole spoon is in the flatware pattern, Providence, by Gorham and is in very good ESTATE condition with no plate loss or dings. Designed by George Wilkinson. It measures 8 5/8” in length and is NOT monogrammed. The back of the handle is marked with G M Co a Gorham hallmark EP Pat 1919. This piece would be a lovely addition to any silverplate collection.
R.C. Co. Silver plate sugar Spoon in the Isabella/Grape flatware pattern. Average wear, no missing plate that I can see. RC Co (Rogers Cutlery) 1871-1940. Consolidated with Rogers in 1879. This spoon dates to 1907. Measures just under 6" long.