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5-piece chafing dish set with skillet/pan, lid, water reservoir, stand, and burner. Marked with 3 hallmarks 'M' , fleur de lis symbol, and crown with C. It is also marked with the word 'Silverplated'. This is an unknown maker - thought by experts to be an American maker during the 1930-1960 time period. The pattern features raised/embossed roses. The pan has a black wooden removeable handle. Without the handle, the pan measures 11 3/8" diameter. Altogether, the pieces measure 14" tall to the peak of the lid's finial. There is tarnish present as well as scratches and scrapes. The black paint on the wooden handle has worn off in several places.
We have for your consideration a pair of salad serving utensils with hollow silverplate handles and wooden ends. These pieces have not been marked by the maker, but they are in the Daffodil pattern (1950 era) which was made by International Silver. The fork and spoon are each 11 1/4" long and have seen little use.These silverplate flatware pieces are pre-owned and have minor scratches and wear.
We have for your consideration ten (10) pieces of vintage silverplate flatware in the 'Danish Princess' pattern. Most of the pieces are marked 'Holmes & Edwards Inlaid IS.' Included in this group are:
We have for your consideration this vintage silverplate ladle from the 'DEBUTANTE' pattern made by and marked 'Wm Rogers & Son AA Pat'd App. For.' This Art Nouveau style pattern features fine embossed images and was designed in 1925. The serving ladle is 5 5/8" long and was probably used for cream.This vintage silverplate ladle is pre-owned and shows scratches associated with moderate use.