SILVERPLATE SUGAR SPOON in William Rogers & Son Pattern Circa 1900
Gorgeous antique CHESTER SILVERPLATE SUGAR SPOON by William Rogers & Son. The Art Nouveau pattern was introduced by the company in 1900.
A floral daisy pattern decorates the inside of the bowl and borders the front and back of the handle, as well as the top. Like many Victorian era patterns, the design is intricate and very beautiful.
The spoon is in great vintage condition, not monogrammed, and measures 6 inches. The back is stamped WM ROGERS & SON AA. The spoon does need to be polished.
This piece would be gorgeous in a sugar bowl or in a glass vase or sponer filled with a mixed display of antique silver.
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