Tag Archives: silver

Some 19th Century Flatware Patterns

As I’ve researched flatware patterns over the years, I’ve compiled information which I wanted easy access to…thus this post.  I hope it helps you as it has helped (and will continue to help) me.  I’ll be updating it periodically. Following … Continue reading

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The Youth’s Companion Premiums: 1847 Rogers Silver

Browsing through the October 21, 1897 issue (Vol. 71, No. 42) of the Youth’s Companion publication, I was taken by the vast selection of premiums offered.  There were optical goods, artists materials, cutlery, cameras, electrical apparatus, all kinds of boxes … Continue reading

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The Eating of the Orange…

I was recently browsing through the December 12, 1894 issue of “The Jewelers’ Circular and Horological Review” and came across an article entitled “The Eating of the Orange…Dainty Devices for the Proper Eating of this Delicious and Seasonable Fruit”.  The … Continue reading

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Waldo…Holmes & Edwards Rialto Pattern

I’ve written a separate page regarding the “Rialto” pattern manufactured by Holmes & Edwards and marked “WALDO”.  Please click here to go to that page: https://queenofsienna.wordpress.com/table-wares/

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Where Are These?

This sterling “Oudja” pattern was manufactured in 1895 by Frank M. Whiting & Co. of N. Attleboro, MA.  I’ve only seen this pattern on one site, and then only as a reference and not for sale.  The “Eye of Horus” … Continue reading

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What Pattern Is This?

This silver plate spoon is marked “WM. ROGERS & SON. AA” and you would think it would be fairly simple to identify this distinctive pattern, possibly from the Aesthetic Period.  However, this is one that has stumped me for quite a … Continue reading

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