Nearly complete 5-piece place settings for eight people of "Presentation" Silver Plate Flatware Set by Samuel L. & George H. Rogers Company, first issued in 1948. This flatware set still has some good years left in it for usage at the table - or else upcycle & repurpose these silverware pieces into art, such as ever-popular stamped spoons.
The pattern Chatauqua, also known (and sold) as Detroit Duro, was patented and introduced in 1916 by flatware manufacturer Oneida Community. This complete 26 piece silverplate set includes 4 place settings for 6 people (knife, dinner fork, soup spoon and teaspoon - plus a sugar spoon and a butter knife).
Rare Boxed John Turton Complete 7 Piece Demitasse Dessert Spoon Set Silverplate. Gorgeous boxed art nouveau set of John Turton Sheffield dessert/demitasse spoons. This exquisite (and rare!) set is presented in its original velvet & cream coloured satin/sateen-lined storage case. In fantastic condition, this wonderful antique silverplate set would make...
Stunning 38 pieces of Rogers & Bros International Silver flatware for eight. This silver-plated set includes eight place settings (of 4 pieces each) as well as a sugar spoon, two condiment spoons and a butter knife. The flatware design is the very beautiful & elegant pattern 'Starlight' designed in 1950.
Intricate, stylish and contemporary for the era: the 'Cotillion' pattern was originally produced circa 1937 by Wm Rogers & IS/International Silver company. In total there are 28 pieces in all - including dinner forks, salad forks, three types of spoons and a butter knife. Great for finishing a collection, adding to a current set or...
Mid century Oneida Community 'Lady Hamilton' c1932 silverplate flatware with wooden silverware storage chest. Originally this chest would have held flatware service for 8. The set is incomplete; today there are just 27 pieces remaining. All are good quality pieces to use as replacements or to fill an existing Lady Hamilton set.
Assortment of Vintage Silverplate Flatware for Crafts, 20 Pieces 20 pieces of assorted vintage silverplate flatware in very nice condition. Useful for crafts, upcyling & projects, or even as 'fills' for incomplete sets. Patterns for each were not researched. Get all for $20 - just $1 a piece!
The pattern of this silverplate flatware set is known by two names, either "Queen Mary" or "Starlight Rose", both of which are acceptable monikers. Made by WM Rogers Manufacturing, this set is their 1865 series of flatware, all pieces save for the knives are embossed "1865 | WM Rogers Mfg. Co. | XS Triple". Likely manufactured in the year 1953.