Rogers Silver

Having silverware in your house is something that many people will want to beautify their homes. This has been a common practice for decades, and to this very day the mystic of the silver ware continues in many homes. Since some people are into collecting antiques, Rogers silverware items have been highly sought after. Being one of the most expensive metals, we can all be sure that the value of silver will not drop. This makes them one of the most perfect items to keep around for a long time. One important thing that everyone that collects antiques needs to know is how to spot a real antique from a fake one.

Some people find this easy to do, while others have a little difficulty, but once you know what to look out for you will not have any problems in the future. Depending on the year of the silverware that was made, there will be different marks to look out for. If you know the year that your silverware is made from, things will be easier since you will be able to compare the marks life by the silversmith during that time.

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If you have one of the earliest pieces of Roger's silverware, you will want to look out for a star and an eagle circling "WM. Rogers". This is the mark that was used to prove that the piece is real; it also means that the owner is holding onto a small fortune since it is a very rare piece. Dating back almost a century one of these pieces will fletch a rather high price on the market today. You might just want to check your silverware that was given by your grandparents, to see if you are holding on to one of that silverware.

Since the name Roger's was very popular in the old days, there is a number of different silverware that will have the same name. You do not want to mistake your silverware for a rare treasure, if you are not sure if you are holding on to an authentic piece. You can always bring it down to an antique dealer for an appraisal. They will be able to tell you if it is real or just normal silverware with the Roger's mark. However, you should not think about selling it to them since they might not be giving you the best deal for your silver.

Once you know that you are holding a rare piece of Roger's silver. A wise idea would be to keep them in a safe place and only use them for special occasion. This will be a talking point for your guest, and they will be very impressed that you actually brought it out for them to use. Be careful when you are scrubbing them after use because you do not want to damage, them as silver is quite a soft metal. If you use a metal sponge, it might end up leaving unsightly scratches, which are difficult to remove.

If you do get deep scratch marks on your Roger's silverware, don't make things worse by trying to buff it out. Take your silverware down to an antique dealer for them to restore it to its original condition. It might cost a little money, but it's well worth it in the long run.