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Vintage Rogers Silverplate Double Covered Serving Dish(es)

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This 2 piece, vintage Rogers silverplate serving dish is actually two in one. It can be used rightside up or upside down, however you like it to look. What I call the bottom dish, is plain silverplate on both sides, with no embellishments. The second piece has a rope type edging at the base and around the perimeter, while also sporting handles for easy lifting if the contents are hot. They are in really good shape for their age, with some tarnishing and a few "use" marks. The plain piece is shinier than the embellished piece, and has a small kind of brushed spot, the size of a pencil eraser, at about the 11 o'clock spot in the 5th photo. Its hard to see, even in person, but it is there. On that piece, there is also a faint indentation that I only saw from a light reflection. It is not a dent per se, but I suppose it should be called one. When placed together, the pieces measure 12" x 9" and about 3 1/4" to the top of the lid, and can be used together or separately for serving dishes.


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Vintage Rogers Silverplate Double Covered Serving Dish(es)

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