can you identify a 3 piece serving set silver or silverplated. the marking has rogers (superior) 1881 inferior canadasuperior to all markins 47inferior to all 7361
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can you give me information regarding the markings without photos?
I can try!What do you mean by "superior" an inferior"? Do you mean "above" and "below"?
Thanks, Juliana! Now all I need to know is what are the three pieces in your serving set?
The serving piece consists of a square bottom piece approx 8 1/2", a domed cover, and an inside cover as well to keep food warm. It is very elegant. Can you give me an idea of value as well?Juliana
Juliana,What are th pieces you have - a casserole, a covered bowl, a spoon and fork? It sounds like a buffet server. Is that correct? Any other pieces?
The item is a serving piece approx 8 1/2" that has a domed cover. There is also an internal cover. One piece with 3 parts- base and 2 covers- a flat internal cover and a domed cover for all with finial
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Thanks, Juliana! Very helpful.Your silver plated buffet server was made by William A. Rogers Ltd of Ontario, Canada, between 1881 and 1929. The company later became Oneida.If your server is in perfect condition, its current retail (replacement or insurance) value is approximately $50. If you were to sell it, you could expect to get the fair market (private sale or auction) value of approximately 40% of the retail amount.I hope this answer has been helpful to you, Juliana.When you are satisfied with my answer I would appreciate your positive rating. That is the way I am paid for my work. There is no additional cost for this. I truly value your feedback. Come back soon and ask for me! Thanks for using Just Answer!
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