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This antique 1800s Rogers Smith and Co. silverplate pitcher has an elegant classical ewer shape with lovely details, including grape and leaf clusters at the top and base of the handle. It has just the right amount of patina and wear, with no dents and just one noticeable scratched area as shown. It measures 7&1/8" high and would make a lovely vase for flowers.

(Please note that the "1950" on the base is not the year, but rather the pattern number. This urn/pitcher dates to the mid to late 1800s.)

Please also note: All photos of the pitcher are as sharp as my point-and-shoot could make them--the only airbrushing is to my horrendo acrylic-painted mdf backdrop and a tiny spot on the front of the pitcher in the first photo that reflected the photographer in pink pajamas and early morning scowl--the only area with significant scratching is clearly visible in the second photo.

Antique Rogers Smith and Co Silverplate Ewer Pitcher


  • Vintage item
  • Material: silverplate
  • Only ships within United States.
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