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Rogers Bros Silver Plate

rogers bros silver plate
    silver plate
  • Objects coated with silver
  • silverplate: plate with silver; "silverplate a watch"
  • A thin layer of silver electroplated or otherwise applied as a coating to another metal
  • Plates, dishes, etc., made of silver
  • a thin layer of silver deposited on something
  • tableware that is plated with silver
  • Fred McFeely (1928–2003), US television producer, actor, and writer. He created and starred in the television children's program Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 1967–2001
  • United States humorist remembered for his homespun commentary on politics and American society (1879-1935)
  • United States dancer and film actress who partnered with Fred Astaire (1911-1995)
  • United States psychologist who developed client-centered therapy (1902-1987)
  • Bros (abbreviation of the word 'brothers', and pronounced to rhyme with 'cross') were a British boy band active in the late 1980s and early 1990s, consisting of twin brothers Matt Goss and Luke Goss along with Craig Logan.
  • Bros (also Bros, Bross, Brus or Bruss) is a Piedmontese preparation of cheese and grappa which, in former centuries, was typical of the peasant cuisine of the Upper Langa. Its pungent flavour gave rise to the proverb “Only love is stronger than Bros”.
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Pair of Sterling plated 1847 Rogers Bros Olive Forks – Victorian Flatware with Beautiful Columbia Pattern - 03
Pair of Sterling plated 1847 Rogers Bros Olive Forks – Victorian Flatware with Beautiful Columbia Pattern  - 03
These increasingly hard to find Victorian era olive forks (especially in pairs) are absolutely beautiful. The ornate designs running the full length of each handle is known as the “Columbia” pattern. They are stamped on the reverse of the handle “1847 Rogers Bros MI” The stamped “1847” does not indicate the year of manufacture – it represents the line of flatware that was one of the most popular lines the company ever produced. This particular pair of olive forks dates to sometime in the late 1800’s during Victorian times. The name Rogers Bros. was first used in 1847. In 1898, they became part of the International Silver Company.
Silver Plated Spoon Bangle
Silver Plated Spoon Bangle
This little spoon is for the minimalist. Smooth surface, little detail, simple lines form a simple design. The pattern is called Eighten seventy-six from the 1847 Rogers Bros. collection, symbols are engraved on the underside. A simple bangle, unique, smooth, ecletic. The measurement from the tip of the spoon to the end of the handle is 5 1/4 in (127 mm). The flattened spoon bowl itself is 2 1/4 in (50.8 mm). The bracelet can fit a 7 in (177.8 mm) wrist.

rogers bros silver plate