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Two antique silverware pieces. These are gorgeous, and ancient, and almost seem more like artifacts than flatware. A fork and table spoon in the Wm. Rogers pattern called "La Concorde." Heavily decorated with a rich and intricate design of grape leaves and bunches of grapes.

These lovelies show their age, as to be expected, since they are over 100 years old! Plate loss on the back of both pieces, deep tarnish, a bit of pitting, oxidation and some scratches.
These would be fantastic for stamping or making into jewelry. A rare and lovely find.

Because of the vintage, well worn nature of silverplate, all silverplate is sold as is.

Looking for more vintage silver? Or ways to decorate a vintage inspired table?

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Antique Silverware, La Concorde Pattern, circa 1910


  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Materials: silverplate, metal
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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