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Vintage Silverplate Tea Set with Pot, Tray, Sugar Bowl, Creamer, Unused and Tarnished (c.1950s) - ThirdShift Vintage
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Vintage Silverplate Tea Set with Pot, Tray, Sugar Bowl, Creamer, Unused and Tarnished (c.1950s) - ThirdShift Vintage Vintage Silverplate Tea Set with Pot, Tray, Sugar Bowl, Creamer, Unused and Tarnished (c.1950s) - ThirdShift Vintage Vintage Silverplate Tea Set with Pot, Tray, Sugar Bowl, Creamer, Unused and Tarnished (c.1950s) - ThirdShift Vintage Vintage Silverplate Tea Set with Pot, Tray, Sugar Bowl, Creamer, Unused and Tarnished (c.1950s) - ThirdShift Vintage Vintage Silverplate Tea Set with Pot, Tray, Sugar Bowl, Creamer, Unused and Tarnished (c.1950s) - ThirdShift Vintage

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Vintage Silverplate Tea Set with Pot, Tray, Sugar Bowl, Creamer, Unused and Tarnished (c.1950s)

$ 128.00

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DESCRIPTION

Put this 1950s FB Rogers Tea Set to use, or display it as is!

This set was a wedding gift given in 1960, has never been used, and has been on display in an enclosed glass china cabinet ever since.

Left alone for all these years, each piece has an incredible patina! The tarnished silver has a gold hue in some places, black in others, and even a rainbow pattern on some of the pieces. Very unique!

This set would look great as a centerpiece on a dining room table or center island. Add fresh cut flowers to the pieces and turn them in to vases. A stunning display!

We're selling this set unpolished. Of course, if you prefer, you could easily polish the pieces to bring back the silver luster, and make it look brand-new! We obtained other silver pieces from this cabinet, gave them a light polishing and they look wonderful!

ITEM CONDITION
This silverplate tea set is in very good vintage condition. There are no dings, dents, or scratches to any of the pieces. All pieces are heavily tarnished - 52 years worth of tarnish! But there is no pitting or damage to the silver finish. This set has been stored in a china cabinet since 1960 and has never been used. It was polished once in 1961, but was then left as-is. The tarnish on this set is really spectacular - lots of colors, as shown. The fourth photo shows both sides of each piece. The inside of each piece is very clean, as shown. The sugar bowl and creamer are stamped "F.B. Rogers Silver Co. 1202" and the tea pot is stamped "F.B. Rogers Silver Co. 1200" as shown in the last photo. Please use the Zoom tool to get a close up view of this item and its condition.

LISTING INCLUDES
- 1 Tarnished Silver Tray with Handles
- 1 Tarnished Silver Tea Pot
- 1 Tarnished Silver Sugar Bowl with Lid
- 1 Tarnished Silver Creamer

PRODUCT DETAILS
- Product Material: Metal, Silverplate
- Product Color: Tarnished Silver, Gold, Silver, Red, Blue, Green
- Product Dimensions: 12-1/2" diameter tray, 9" tall tea pot

WHY WE LOVE IT

We absolutely love the time-honored tarnish on this set! The colors of the tarnish make this set very unique. It's fun to see how the light reflects of the silver - almost in a rainbow hue.

We also love that there are more uses for this set than just serving tea!  See the Creative Uses tab for some ideas.

CREATIVE USES

There are lots of clever ways you could use use this tea serving set! So many ideas, that we have a blog article about it. Click "Clever Ways to Use a Vintage Tea Set (It’s Not Just For Tea!)" to read our ideas.

We're sure you'll find lots of other uses, too!

What are your creative ideas for using this item? Click one of the social media sharing buttons on this page to share this product, include your creative ideas, and tag us at @thirdshift3 (or hashtag #thirdshiftvintage) so we can read and share your ideas.


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