As one of the largest silver refiners in the U.S., we process thousands of different silver items every year. One of the most common is silver flatware. In today’s less formal world, many of you apparently just don’t have a need for that set of sterling you inherited or those silver candlestick holders you got as a wedding gift years ago. Check out this video where we explain some of the issues related to valuing silver flatware and weighted items.
Refining Silver Flatware and Tableware
Written on July 22, 2009, by Arch Enterprises
I have a couple of spoons that have an Eagle Symbol WMROGERS and a Star Symbol plus IS which I know stands for international silver..Are the Sterling Silver..because I have done a Magnet test It’s not the strongest magnet but they don’t stick..is there any other home method I can do to test them ? Thanks Donna 🙂
I found a serving spoon with the mark of a (pictorial eagle) Wm Rogers (pictorial star) then an inch away it has IS. Is it silver or silver plated?
I found a little spoon stampedWM ROGERS MFG CO. AA ORIGINAL ROGERS I was wondering it’s value
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