1847 Roger Bros First Love, produced in 1937, is a pattern of silver-plated flatware and serving pieces. In 1840, electroplating silver over a lesser metal became a popular trend. In 1847, the Roger brothers perfected th... More »

Rogers silverplate patterns range from the simple fluted handle of an "Ancestral" fork to the ornate flowered hourglass handle of a "Baroque Rose" soup spoon. There are scores of silverplate designs, from the spare 1914 ... More »

First Love, Heritage and Ambassador are three popular 1847 Rogers Bros. Silverware patterns. Ambassador is the oldest of these three, with a mint date of 1919. It was followed by First Love in 1937 and Heritage in 1953. More »

Replacements Ltd., as of June 2014, lists the 1847 Rogers Brothers silverware pattern "First Love," made of an electroplated silver, at prices from $6.99 for a teaspoon to $23.99 for a salad fork. Prices vary according t... More »

U.S. Colonial-era silversmiths crafted thick pieces of silver info useful objects, including teapots, flatware, candlesticks, cups and urns. The silver was melted at about 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit and poured into cast-ir... More »

Identify a discontinued Oneida stainless-steel flatware pattern by searching the knowledge base of a website specializing in replacement pieces, searching Oneida's website for individual pieces or emailing a photo of the... More »

First Love, Heritage and Ambassador are three popular 1847 Rogers Bros. Silverware patterns. Ambassador is the oldest of these three, with a mint date of 1919. It was followed by First Love in 1937 and Heritage in 1953. More »