Set of 6 Vintage Silver-Plated Dinner Fork in Original Box | Rogers & Bro A1 Antique Silverware - Urban Nomad NYC
Set of 6 Vintage Silver-Plated Dinner Fork in Original Box | Rogers & Bro A1 Antique Silverware - Urban Nomad NYC
Set of 6 Vintage Silver-Plated Dinner Fork in Original Box | Rogers & Bro A1 Antique Silverware - Urban Nomad NYC
Set of 6 Vintage Silver-Plated Dinner Fork in Original Box | Rogers & Bro A1 Antique Silverware - Urban Nomad NYC
Set of 6 Vintage Silver-Plated Dinner Fork in Original Box | Rogers & Bro A1 Antique Silverware - Urban Nomad NYC
Set of 6 Vintage Silver-Plated Dinner Fork in Original Box | Rogers & Bro A1 Antique Silverware - Urban Nomad NYC
Set of 6 Vintage Silver-Plated Dinner Fork in Original Box | Rogers & Bro A1 Antique Silverware - Urban Nomad NYC
Set of 6 Vintage Silver-Plated Dinner Fork in Original Box | Rogers & Bro A1 Antique Silverware - Urban Nomad NYC
Set of 6 Vintage Silver-Plated Dinner Fork in Original Box | Rogers & Bro A1 Antique Silverware - Urban Nomad NYC
Set of 6 Vintage Silver-Plated Dinner Fork in Original Box | Rogers & Bro A1 Antique Silverware - Urban Nomad NYC

Set of 6 Vintage Silver-Plated Dinner Fork in Original Box | Rogers & Bro A1 Antique Silverware

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Whenever we host a dinner party, our guests would fight over who gets the prettiest forks and spoons. But who can blame them?

Very few things can elevate the dinning experience like a set of fine silverware. This set of 6 fabulous dinner forks date back to mid-to-late 1800s. They were manufactured by Rogers & Bro, a dynasty of American silver manufacturers. Marked "Community Plate".

The face of the fork is cut into a unique design of four facets. It looks sharp and shows real sophistication. It introduces a subtle vintage glamour to the modern dining room. They are sure to delight you and your dinner guests!

Each fork is 6.1 L x 1 W x 0.75 H inches, 1 oz

Excellent vintage condition. They are bright and shiny, ready for your table!
Comes in original box. The box shows wear consistent with age.
Found in Easton, Connecticut where the family have lived since the 1700s.