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    Posted 6 years ago

    Miguelgarza
    (3 items)

    Silver pitcher ,coffee or cold liquids?seems heavy and large found in grandma's basement she confirmed it was her great great grandma's not looking to part worth this just need more info thank you

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    1. Efesgirl Efesgirl, 6 years ago
      This is a silver plated tankard pitcher for cold beverages, I believe.

      http://www.silvercollection.it/ROGERSSILVERMANUFACTURERS.html

      ROGERS, SMITH & CO.
      Organised in 1857 by William Rogers Sr. and George W. Smith. The firm was merged in 1861 with Rogers Brothers Mfg Co under the presidence of William Rogers. The tools and the dies were bought in 1862 by Meriden Britannia Co transferring to Meriden the production of the 1847 Rogers Bros line under the direction of William Rogers. In 1863 Meriden Britannia Co bought the hollowware division. In 1865 the plating shop was transferred from New Haven to Meriden and merged with Meriden Britannia Co in 1866. Rogers, Smith & Co ceased to exist as a separate firm and was used as a trademark of Meriden Britannia Co when the International Silver Co was formed in 1898.



    2. Miguelgarza, 6 years ago
      Been put away for about 60yrs. Should we insure it. It's staying in the family

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