Monthly Archives: October 2015

Frank H. Vogt

Those of you who follow this blog know that I have a fondness for antique bar tools, especially julep strainers and cocktail strainers in general.  Although antique julep strainers are relatively hard to find, it’s the “other” cocktail strainers, the … Continue reading

Posted in bar strainer, bar tool, barware, Brooklyn NY, C. J. Hauck & Son, Charles J. Hauck, Chas. J. Hauck, F. H. Vogt, Frank Herman Vogt, Frank J. Vogt, Minnie Vogt | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Patent, Patent…Who Has The Patent?

I was doing some research on Hall, Elton & Co. and came upon an ad for a pattern name I did not know.  The ad referred to the spoon illustrated as “The Niagara”.  The design looked familiar.  Upon comparison, it appeared … Continue reading

Posted in Angelo / Saratoga, Angelo aka Saratoga, Angelo pattern, Angelo/Saratoga, Aurora, Hall Elton, holmes & edwards, L. Boardman, luther boardman, Niagara pattern, Saratoga patterns, Tufts, Warwick pattern, Wm. Rogers Mfg. | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Rockford Silver Plate Company

This silver plated julep strainer has a backstamp of “R.S.P. Co.”  This mark, which I don’t see that often, is a mark used by Rockford Silver Company for their “service ware” line, meaning restaurants, hotels, soda fountains and such.   I … Continue reading

Posted in antique barware, bar strainer, bar tool, barware, cocktail strainer, International Silver Co., Jewelers Crown Guild, Jewelers Crown Guild, julep strainer, L. Boardman, luther boardman, P. Co., Racine Silver Plate Co., Rockford Silver Plate Co., star julep strainer, United States Jewelers Guild | Tagged , , , , , , , | 1 Comment