There are a number of makers of silver (both sterling and silverplate) that use the Rogers name. One of the first things to think about are the companies. Lots of companies used Rogers in their name. These companies formed, merged, separated, folded and absorbed by each other. The second thing to think about are the back stamps or marks. Many companies used marks with the name Rogers in it. Many of these marks ended up being owned by two major companies International Silver Company and Oneida. Before that many of these marks were owned by a variety of companies and were bought and sold through a variety of business cycles.
Silverplate Cream & Sugar EPNS 01-127 X 55.00 (Plus Shipping) A very nice vintage, silverplate cream and sugar set - jug and bowl are delicately fluted around the top with a rim 1920 s Victorian style - The design is simply charming; the whimsical shape - The mark on the underside reads 'EPNS', or electro...Add to CartDetails
Wm. A. Rogers Silver Plate Cream & Sugar set S.P.Copper B.M. MTS 2636 - A9 65.00 (Plus Shipping) Silverplate cream & sugar is in used but remarkable condition 2 x 3 Wm. Rogers (William Rogers), 1801 -1973, was a master American silversmith and a pioneer in the silverplate industry. It can be confusing...Add to CartDetails
Majestic Old English Reproductions Silver Plate Cream & Sugar S.P.B.M. 6136 A14 85.00 (Plus Shipping) Bowl - Old English Reproduction creamer, sugar bowl and tray. Grape Pattern Silver Plated - Silverplate on copper. Stunning grapes, leaves and vines pattern. Highly detailed handles. With a good polishing...Add to CartDetails