Both were minted in 1957. Buy a flatware silverware chest with your order and save with combined discounted shipping. I am trying to find out what type of metal was used on the rodgers remembrance silverplated flatware. Sometimes there are knives with weights or steel rods in them that would throw off the weight of sterling silver that we are after. So someone text me at 1417-396-2193. The production of the '1847 Rogers Bros' line continued under the direction of William Rogers and in 1865 the plating shop was transferred from New Haven to Meriden and merged with Meriden Britannia Co in 1866. Otherwise for non-sterling, check to see what items are going for on eBay to get an idea about the value.
This stunning floral pattern depicts one of the first flowers to bloom in the Spring and is the top of the line quality. You have the patience of a saint to keep politely replying to these same people seeking antique appraisals when the previous answers make it clear that being in sleeves or a box or 100 years old or a 2 year old broken piece is irrelevant to your purposes On behalf of the dim witted public I apologize and have no questions. Price is for each service for 4 people 20 pieces or 4 place settings. Lots of companies with this name were created, merged, separated in an endless succession of intertwined relationships. I assume silver plated as it is in pretty bad shape.
Hi There, What a sweet story about your proposal. If all your pieces are sterling we are looking for the weight of just the sterling silver. Do you have any idea what these pieces might be worth or anything about the markings? I would appreciate your help in finding what if anything they worth,and where I could sell them. Best, -Arch Hi Larry, Thank you for your question. If you think it might be worth wild to check it out please email me. Additional pieces ship for free. Thanks for your question, you would be better off working with an antique dealer or reseller of silverware.
Sandra I have a set of 6 dinner knives and forks and 9 teaspoons all marked 1881 on them. Thanks… Hi Sheryl, Depending on how much your piece weighs even if it is sterling, it probably would not fetch you a great price just for its silver value on its own from someone like Arch as a precious metal refiner. I wish I could send you a picture. The first patterns were minted in 1847 and included the Arcadian, Fiddle, Garland, and Reflection patterns. If you find that your pieces are in fact sterling, then weigh them and send us a Request Estimate form.
Rogers 1847 became a trade mark of the new firm. For the carving set, because the handles are not made of precious metal we would not be able to provide a return on the deer horn handles that you describe. What is the value of this set? However we cannot be sure unless we test at our labs. The point is that neither of these markings gives any indication about the purity or value of the silver. We estimate based on the weight of sterling silver content. This company was a silver plate company and known for and specialize in silver plated tableware.
Some pieces are silver plate. From Tim in Pacific, Missouri. Hi Shelly, You think that it would be easier to tell, but it can actually be difficult without the proper training, tools and testing equipment to know for sure. The point is that neither of these markings gives any indication about the purity or value of the silver. They are all enclosed in a beautiful Oak box with brass hinges. It doesent have the same markings. Thank you for your time and knowledge.
The second one is a large, round tray. It was followed by First Love in 1937 and Heritage in 1953. The pieces are super shiny and clean with no dullness of the finish and no plate wear. I found it when I was arrow head hunting. Just a curiosity question — but one that I have never been able to find an answer to. It might be a small ladel. As a precious metal refiner, we only give estimates based on the weight of items and the amount of precious metal available for recovery.
Lots of companies with this name were created, merged, separated in an endless succession of intertwined relationships. I am not looking to make any money off of these. Hi Clestine — Unfortunately without some more information we cannot give you an estimate on your items. You can see a sampling of what may be available in the last photo. No matter who you sell to, usually is more valuable than silver plate, stainless steel, copper or some other non-precious metal.