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Posted by walkabout1935 (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 30, 11 at 17:33

These are the other three pieces I picked up at a g. ssle-all for a total price of one dollar. The shovils are 4 3/8 abd 5 inches. The small spoon is four inches long. I find lots of small spoons-but is a baby spoon or a jam spoon? I am trying to find the patten names and age. Is the small spoon silver or silver plate?PhotobucketPhotobucketPhotobucketPhotobucketPhotobucket


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Would you be my personal shopper!!??
I can't see the marking on the small spoon....but let me tell you....ya done good! You at least tripled your dollar!!! LOL!!
Linda C


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Is that a William A. Rogers stamp? You could go to Replacements and it'll take you to Oneida and you can hunt and peck.


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The Oneida spoon is silverplate & probably for bouillon; I'm at work so don't have my pattern books handy.

I don't recognize the country markings on the 800 spoons but I know they're not German. Is the top spoon actually shovel shaped or is it a teaspoon that's been worn to a blunt edge?


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antqueslver
They are both shovels.
Lindac
The marking on the small spoon is: Wm. A. ROGERS ONEDIA LTD
tHANK YOU FOR YOUR INPUT.


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According to the website, the shovels are Italian. See #'s 12 & 13.

Here is a link that might be useful: Italian marks


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antiquesilver
Thank you so much for the information.


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