This silverware has Wallace Silver on the back. I found a pattern on a site, and it looks like 1934 Rose Point by Wallace. What is the value if this is correct? There is 8 piece place settings, including teaspoons, serving spoon & fork, carving fork & knife, fish forks. Thanks for your help.
Hi there - there were several Wallace silver companies. Can you post a close up of the mark or describe it? Also, is the word “sterling” on each item?
Thanks for such a quick response. Yes, the word sterling is on the back of each piece. The mark on the back has WALLACE-(symbol of a deer head with antlers)-STERLING
Does that help at all? If not, I will try to get a close-up of the mark. Thanks again!
The deer head and “sterling” are all we need…the flatware is sterling and made by the Wallace & Sons Mfg. Co. of Wallingford, CT prior to 1956. I’ll take a look on replacements.com & ebay and see what a set like that is selling for and report back.
Replacements.com has a 67 pc. set of 1934 Rose Point flatware with no monograms with an asking price of $2,199. You also might want to check ebay, including the completed items to get a real world price range.
I like the pattern, very nice.
Thank you, Uncle Vic!