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Marquise by 1847 Rogers Bros. IS, International Silver Company, silver plate flatware was introduced in 1933 and discontinued in 1983. This pre-war silverplate pattern has great geometric design which is why its popularity continues today. You will sometimes see crafters make jewelry out of this pattern. As the "Marquise" name implies this tableware pattern is elegant at any table setting. This is a heavy well made flatware pattern that feels firm in the hand.
Also in 1933: The 1933 World’s Fair opened on May and was held in Chicago. It was formally known as the “Century of Progress International Exposition.” The exposition was held at Northerly Island near the Museum Campus area of Chicago’s lake front.
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