Vintage 1930s Rogers Silverplate Vegetable Dish - Malden Pattern #4012
Made by Rogers Silver, this beautiful silverplate vegetable dish was made in the late 1930s in Connecticut. Part of the Malden pattern, it originally came as a two-piece server meant for vegetables with a domed two-handled shallow domed lid that fit over top to keep the contents warm. In the manner of dual purpose the lid also moonlighted as a second serving dish making it a versatile model.
Somewhere along this particular vegetable dish's 90 years of life, it was separated from its original lid and now floats through the world with just with one purpose - to make your space and your table sparkle and shine with a little 1930s glamour. Featuring a stylized edge that was once referred to by Rogers as scalloped, but also resembles delicate flower-like petals, this dish is of simple yet stunning design.
Silverplated on copper with a butler finish, this beauty of a vegetable dish, once shiny and bright, is now tarnished to perfection. This is the way we love all silverplate when it comes to the Vintage Kitchen, but whether you prefer to polish it up to its original reflective sheen or leave it as it is now in all its weathered glory, will be a decision for you to make. Either way, it will be a pretty addition to your serving set.
- Style #4012
- Malden Pattern
- Stamped on backer with Roger's double anchor mark, pattern name and style number
In lovely vintage condition. Authentically tarnished, Minor surface scratches as expected with age. Please see photos.
Measures 12.75" inches (length) x 9.75" inches (width) x 1.5" inches (height) ana weighs 1.3 lbs.