Silverplated Magnolia aka Inspiration / Queen Rose teaspoon by Wm. Rogers Extra Plate c. 1951 for Jewelry, Crafts, or Assemblage Arts

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Vintage silverplated teaspoon by Wm. Rogers

c. 1951

Length: 6"

Pattern: "Magnolia" aka "Inspiration" aka "Queen Rose".
Commonly known as Magnolia Inspiration.

Obviously from a well-loved and frequently used set.

Relief on handle end is not worn down
Fine details like the petals inside the large magnolia are still visible - please see close-up pictures.

Flaws:
Needs a good polish
Tip of spoon bowl is slightly crushed in - as if a toddler was pounding it in his oatmeal bowl.
Missing silverplate on bowl edge, common in pieces of this age.

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