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"Alhambra" by Rogers International Silverplate Flatware Set "B" monogram
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"Alhambra" by Rogers International Silverplate Flatware Set "B" monogram
"Alhambra" by Rogers International Silverplate Flatware Set "B" monogram
"Alhambra" by Rogers International Silverplate Flatware Set "B" monogram
"Alhambra" by Rogers International Silverplate Flatware Set "B" monogram
"Alhambra" by Rogers International Silverplate Flatware Set "B" monogram
"Alhambra" by Rogers /International Silverplate - Flatware Set - "B" monogram

"Alhambra" was a pattern of silverplated flatware, produced by the Wm Rogers company, a company that was merged with International Silver in the early 1900's. It bears a 1907 patent date, as well as the Rogers hallmarks, and it is my understanding that it was discontinued not long after that initial 1907 release date. The "Alhambra" pattern was offered in a plain (no monogram) form, and in a Monogram design.

This set bears a "B" Monogram on the handle of each piece.

This lovely vintage set was used in our family over the years. After the family "nest" emptied out, and the larger sets of flatware had been gifted to some of the younger families, mom and dad chose to use this smaller set for their daily use and small gatherings. The beautifully intricate pattern extends all of the way down the handles, and even onto the face of the dinner and seafood forks. It presents a very elegant, yet not overly ornate table image. Mom said the pieces just felt comfortable in her hands.

The set consists of 29 pieces of silverplate flatware They are:

6 Hollow-Handle Dinner Knives

6 Dinner Forks

6 Teaspoons

Plus

6 Seafood or Cocktail Forks

4 Round Bowl Bouillon Soup Spoons
(sorry there are only 4 of these)

1 Flat Master Butter Knife
(blade has imperfections)

And

1 Wood Storage Chest with anti-tarnish lining.


CONDITION: Good Used Condition. There is slight tarnish and light overall surface scratching typical of silver of this age. The photos show that the blade of Master Butter Knife has apparently been bent and straightened out again. Silver flatware can bring a wonderful touch of elegance to any table setting. The best part is that silver does not require constant attention, as many people think it does. The experts tell us that the best way to keep our silver looking its loveliest is to simply use it. Using the silver regularly and merely washing it, prevents the tarnish and makes the use of harsh polishes unnecessary. I know from personal experience that this is true.

I try to describe the items on this site as accurately as possible; however, since most of the items are either antique or at best vintage, due to their age, they are sold in "as is" condition. Please examine the pictures and contact us with any questions, to request additional pictures, or to contribute further information, by using the Contact tab on our Home Page. We are not experts and always welcome your input.
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