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I have an 1847 Rogers Bros. 15 inch Silver Vase with #00589 printed on the bottom that was given to me about 45 years ago.
I wondered if it was silver or silver plate and what its value would be.


The "589" is the model or catalog number. The "1847" relates to the founding date of the company and does not have any relationship with the actual date of manufacture. This Rogers brand was acquired by International Silver in 1898 and International continued to use the brand for a number of years.

Since the word, "Sterling", is not present, we can feel certain the vase is made of silver plate. Most vases like this in good condition sell in the $10 to $30 range when sold by an individual.

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