77 piece silverware set in the pattern “Daffodil” by Rogers Bros. This pattern is said to have been produced between 1950 – 1973.
This set includes:
-12 Dinner knives
-6 Table spoons
-19 Tea spoons
-13 Demitasse Spoons
-12 Dinner forks
-12 Salad forks
-1 Soup spoon
1- Butter knife
1- Wooden Case
Condition: Used – Good, all pieces are in good condition with scratching from regular use. Most of the dinner forks have light tarnish at the end of the fork, this can be cleaned. The silverware case is in fair condition with some scratching, the knife holder on the lid is coming off on the right side but can be glued down if desired.$99.99
Antique Sterling silver creamer cup stamped “N.S Co Sterling” this was on of the marks used by Newburyport Silver Company. Newburyport Silver was founded c.1903 and closed due to bankruptcy in 1915.
Size: 11.5cm x 7.5cm x 6.2cm
Condition: Used – Sold as is, this piece needs a bit of TLC. There appears to have been a protective coating that is coming off on sections of the creamer, coating like this can be reomoved if desired then the cup can be polished. No dents.$69.99
Set of six silver-plated forks made by Oneida. This pattern is known as “June”, this pattern was released in 1932.
Size: 16.2cm in length
Condition: Used – Fair, they are in good condition with little wear however the are tarnished. However, the tarnish could be easily removed if desired$11.99
Set of antique silver-plated flatware by R. Wallace and Sons. This pattern is called “Joan” and was first patented in August 1896. This set has extra sectional plating using the trademark “1835 R. Wallace” silver. Judging from the markings “1835 R. Wallace Extra Sectional” this set of flatware was likely made between 1900 and 1920.
This set includes:
– 4 Teaspoons
– 9 Table spoons
– 11 Forks
Condition: Sold as is – wear condition varies between each utensil$99.99