the blade well engraved with three frolicking fishes, knife 11 7/8, fork 9 3/8 inches, fine condition, monogrammed "Lockwood" (obverse, see third photo), weight 8.2 Troy ounces and not too bad a price either we might add... Is my high school English teacher rolling over in her grave? No may God bless her she's still with us!!
Upturned handles, tipt on top. Not fiddle. The incuse Wilcox mark is probably that of a retailer. Length 5-3/4". The monogram is a lengthwise script E.J.B. Overall and mark condition are excellent. Third quarter of the 19th century.
Upturned fiddle, tipt on top; chamfered rounded fins. Length 5-15/16". The monogram is a lengthwise script LR. Overall condition and mark condition are excellent. There is an interesting story on rootsweb about Royal Cowles, a silversmith in Cleveland, who is undoubtedly the maker of these spoons.
Upturned fiddle, fins, tipt on top. Length 5-3/4". The monogram is a lengthwise script E.Taylor. Mark condition is excellent and the overall condition of two of the spoons is excellent; the third spoon has a small tear in the bowl.