I bought this set of eight pie/dessert forks last weekend at my favorite antique mall. No manufacturer name imprinted. Can't wait to use them at our Valentine's dinner party!
Spreaders/butter knives galore! Left to right: William A. Rogers; Oneida Community; Thos. Gillean London; William A. Rogers; Freeman & Son. I believe they are all silver plate.
I love these odd serving pieces. Of course the forks are for serving meat. Fork on the left is William A. Rogers, the one on the right is Lady Doris Silver Plate. The flat pierced spoon is a Rogers tomato server - love it. See the design closer below. The small three tined fork is an olive server-William A. Rogers. All of these pieces are silver plate.
A mix of silver plate serving spoons. Left to right: Tudor Silver Plate; Wm. Rogers Silver Plate; Lady Doris Silver Plate; Old Company Plate; Lady Doris Silver Plate; Lady Doris Silver Plate; William A. Rogers A1 Plus. My favorite is the large spoon, third from the right.
These spoons are small silver plate serving pieces. From left to right: Florentine Silver Plate iced tea spoon; three sugar spoons(?) Holmes and Edwards, Crusader, Crusader (anyone know about these odd shaped spoons?); William A. Rogers sugar shell, two orange/citrus spoons-on the first I can only make out England and the second only has Silver Plate imprinted; finally a tiny condiment spoon. I can find no markings. Take a closer look at the rose carving on the handle below.
Finally, two great give aways to tell you about! You must stop by Gypsy Brocante! What a great blog and so many beautiful things to see! And do not miss out on the adorable Orphaned Decor! This blog is filled with gorgeous vintage pink among so much more..
Have a beautiful new week, ladies!