If you have a few more pieces or a set then it may be worth it, but we would like to know the weight of your sterling silver. The variety of Rogers Wm, Wm A, 1847, 1865, 1881, etc. No matter who you sell to, usually is more valuable than silver plate, stainless steel, copper or some other non-precious metal. Photo composition, appeal, and how well the photo displays the signature will effect the valu … e. Any Pawnshop or Jewelry store will buy it for scrap, but the object must be solid sterling 92.
Silver Plate Floral Bouquet a. As mentioned in the post, that is the most important question probably when reselling. Sharpie would be most preferred for a photo. Any piece with a sterling mark may be reliably valued by a certified appraiser or a jeweler specializing in silverware. Sterling is a legally binding term.
Rogers as early as 1897 and used by Oneida silver starting around 1829. The brand was first used in 1922, the Jubilee year for Rogers development of the process for electroplating silver onto base metal flatware and hollow ware in 1847. Silver Plate Ladyship 1937 Stratford Plate Silver Plate La France 1920 Wm. Please contact us if you find that your pieces are in fact sterling:. If so, this lowers the number of people who would be interested. Probably worth more in memories then money value. If you had a whole set of flatware and serving pieces, it may be worth sending in so that we can run a test on one piece.
All values based on auction results from Liveauctioneers. If you have odd and end pieces Arch Enterprises, will pay for the silver. For more prices on single signed baseball see Related Links below. All 1847 Rogers Bros is silver plate. Silver Plate Empress 1969-1973 International Silver Deep Silver Silver Plate Empress 1981-1990 International Silver Co. Silver Plate King Frederik 1969 1847 Rogers Bros. This company was a silver plate company and known for and specialize in silver plated tableware.
It is tornished beyond retoration. Those sites and online auction sites give a reasonable estimate of market value for Rogers Brothers silver-plate. Your set is definitely worth something. Hi Christin, Thank you for your comment. Look for the number other than 1883 stamped on the bottom of the piece. We are probably not the right people to be asking about history of items, as we are precious metal refiners and not antique dealers or appraisers.
I have a W … m Rogers tea set from the 1960's also marked 800 on the bottom of the coffee server. You should check your item for markings indicating whether it is sterling silver, such as 925. Most of the flatware produced was less expensive silver-plate. If you would like you can weigh your pieces and fill out our contact form here or plug in your numbers with the current price of silver to find the market value of your silver by using our silver price calculator: Good Luck! Also, check completed auctions on eBay to see the values realized for different pitchers. Older pieces are sterling, although they may not be stamped as such. Here is a link to our silver calculator.
Arch is a national precious metal refiner and receives shipments from the contiguous United States at our facility in Mexico, Missouri. The American William Rogers, 1801-1873, was a master silversmith and helped to pioneer the manufacturer of silver plated tableware. We are by no means experts in silverware or hallmarks. As we discussed before, sterling silver is 92. When they made sterling silver, or 92. Dear Penny, Orly and Kristi — Since we are not antique dealers or experts in serving wear, we cannot say for certain if your items are sterling or not. Even their value as antiques, collectibles, or jewelry is minimal right now due to the economy.
Silver Plate First Lady 1960 Meriden Silver Co. There is a great confusion about the firms bearing this name. Rogers, Sectional Silver Plate Lovelace 1936-1973 1847 Rogers Bros. Hi Brian, Thanks for your question. Rogers--together with his two brothers and, later, his son--was responsible for more than 100 patterns of silver and silver-plated cutlery and serving dishes. Pam the mark is A1 and I suspect what you have are Berry serving spoons. My mom gave me her old sterling silver dinnerware set that she got from her mom.
I have a single piece of the Roger bros. This affects the price of the pieces, as easy availability keeps prices low. You can refer to this blog post for more info:. Price will vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. All that are marked 800 are the same pattern, so I always assumed that 800 was also the pattern. Silver Plate Marquise 1933-1983 1847 Rogers Bros. These are only my thoughts and you will need a certified silver appraiser to give you an actual value.
Since your items are silver plated, we cannot give a value based on the silver content. I think it was only a service for 6 to begin with. Oneida acquired the company and began using this mark in 1929. Rogers silver items that are sold as a complete set are also considered to be both rare and valuable among collectors. Standard exchange policy: Please note we cannot accept silver plated, gold plated or gold filled items. How do I get this appraised and possibly sell it? The point is that neither of these markings gives any indication about the purity or value of the silver. Photo composition, appeal, and how well the photo displays the signature will effect the value.