VINTAGE 1847 ROGERS BROS "HERALDIC" SUGAR BOWL #002121

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  • Item Category: Metals
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 06,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

VINTAGE 1847 ROGERS BROS "HERALDIC" SUGAR BOWL #002121

You are bidding on a vintage 1847 Rogers Bros sugar bowl

Features the "Heraldic" pattern of hammered silverplate and the shield on the front side of the sugar bowl. Trophey type handles, paneled sides and base and includes lid. Measures 8" tall x 6 3/4' wide. Hallmarked on the bottom with the 1847 Rogers Bros name and the #002121.

An estate sale find in very good condition. T some darkening to the silverplate due to age otherwise no dings or dents and would make an excellent addition or replacement piece to any Rogers Heraldic collection!!!

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