STERLING WHITING “ALHAMBRA” SUGAR/CONDIMENT SPOON
Whiting's “Alhambra,” which was introduced in 1880 during a decade full of patterns with exotic references to places and cultures that defined the Romantic period. The handle is a fluted column topped by a geometric form filled with threaded tendrils on a textured background and a central cartouche which contains a script monogram H. The bowl is an elongated shell form with alternating rounded and pointed edges. The underside has the Whiting logo on the bowl, the word “sterling” and the name of the retailer, Roseberry & Falch. Length is 6 in., and it weighs g. Condition is quite good.