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Hello. Oneida acquired Heirloom through a series of acquisitions. So, you may find the Mansion House pattern under Oneida at various web sites. Here is a link to help you calculate possible value like
Hello. This looks like the "Lady Diana" pattern from Towle. I cannot quite make out the pattern of the little spoons. They might be Gorham "Chantilly" which was patented in 1895. I cannot tell how
Hello. I would clean it with a mild silver polish. This Roman Medallion pattern was introduced in 1868, I believe. Based on recent sales, I estimate that an individual selling this pattern could
Hello. This appears to be the Medallion pattern introduced in 1867. Replacements Ltd is currently offering a fork like this for $90.00 each. This tells me that they are not very rare or the demand is
Hello. The "IS" on the back represents International Silver Company which took over this Rogers brand in 1898. They continued to use the brand for many years and in 1927, they introduced the "Victory"