A set of four 8-1/2 inch long grille knives in the Wm. Rogers & Son April pattern, produced by International Silver Company in 1950. Grille knives have shorter blades and longer handles than traditional dinner knives. The design features a cluster of three large-centered flowers and leaves (like sunflowers) at the handle tip, smaller flowers near the hilt. The blades are marked Stainless. Polished and very shiny, they do have some use and storage marks (two knives have very light marks, two have a little more but not severe) but no plate loss. Price is for the set of four.