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A sugar spoon and butter spreader in in a subtle, dignified pattern by Community Plate, called Patrician, made in 1914. The pattern is very simple: a beveled edge all the way around the handle creates long, gleaming facets, with a wide, flat area near the handle, perfect for monogramming. Pretty, but also reserved, the pattern is excellent for every day use and special occasions! Nearly a century old, there is a timeless quality to this pattern, they would look lovely in a contemporary setting. The plate nearly seems to glow. These make tea time very special!

On sale, marked down from $10.

I also have many other items in this pattern - check my vintage silverware section!

Handles look great for age, with general fine scratches but no dings or plate loss that I can see. The knife has a worn spot at the very tip of the handle, with a tiny bit of plate loss there, but I think these are table worthy, if you like silverplate with a vintage feel. They feel smooth and good in the hand.

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

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Rene Ramos

Silverware, Sugar Spoon, Butter Knife, Patrician Pattern

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  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Materials: silverplate, metal, spoon, knife
  • Feedback: 910 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States