This is a truly beautiful pattern by William Rogers & Sons. The handles and above the tines are beautifully decorated with small flowers and curling leaves. The tines are gracefully curved and shaped. The set dates to around 1908. The pattern is called Arbutus. There are eleven high quality silver plated forks in this set. They are monogrammed "N". They are marked on the back of the handle “Wm Rogers & Sons AA”.
They measure approximately 6 7/8 inches in length.
The condition is very good. There is minor wear on the tines commensurate with age.
We also have a chipped beef fork listed in this pattern which could substitute as a twelfth fork – see RS-54.
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