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Pedestal Serving Dish, Centerpiece, Wedding Decor, On Sale

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Charming, shabby pedestal dish, by Wm. Rogers, a great piece to lift the wedding table centerpiece or to showcase a particularly lovely dessert. Very pretty for weddings and special occasions. A very simple piece, with a classic scalloped or braided edge, it doesn't upstage at all. This would also be excellent for a vintage inspired holiday table centerpiece!

Marked down from 30!

Shabby and tarnished, with light scratches inside the dish. Physical shape is good, with only very minor scratches and tiny dings from use. No plate loss that I can find, though it's difficult to tell through the tarnish.

This is a beautiful piece for collection, for crafts or decor. It would look lovely as a catch all on a desk, filled with pins or other little things, or on a shelf with other tarnished plate artifacts. Marked Wm. Rogers, with a star.

Almost 11 inches in diameter, about 5.5 inches tall.

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

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Pedestal Serving Dish, Centerpiece, Wedding Decor, On Sale

Overview

  • Vintage item
  • Materials: silverplate, silver, metal, pedestal dish
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
  • Feedback: 963 reviews
  • Favorited by: 40 people