Here's a delightful silver plate pattern which I resurrected from the bottom of my grandmother's silver chest. There are six complete place settings (knife, fork, teaspoon, salad fork) as well as one butter knife, one sugar spoon, and one relish spoon (pierced), and one pickle fork. Itemized list below. Great for every day use. Hold their shine very well and only occasionally do I have to dip the fork tines into a silver solution. Some loss of silver plate on the back of a couple fork tines.
Proven dishwasher safe. Issued in 1948 when I was just seven years old by Rogers Bros., which later became a part of International Silver. Each piece is stamped on the back '1847 Rogers Bros. I S' and the pattern name engraved in cursive.
6 - Hollow table knife with stainless steel blade (9-3/8 inches)
6 - Dinner forks (7-1/2)
6 - Salad or dessert forks (6-3/4)
6 - Teaspoons (6-1/8)
1 - Sugar spoon (5-3/4)
1 - Relish spoon (5-3/4)
1 - Butter knife (6-1/8)
1 - Pickle Fork