Henry Hebbard Coin Silver Berry Spoon with Shell Bowl
This item was made by New York's Henry Hebbard (also Hebberd) and retailed by Solomon (marked Soln.) Myers accord to the stamps on the reverse. It is an 8 5/8" long, 1.8 T. oz. coin silver berry spoon with a shell bowl. The pattern was patented in 1859 as indicated on the reverse. It is a modified Olive or Tuscan (itself a modified Olive) quite similar to John Polhamus's, with whom Hebbard is closely associted, Louis XIV of the same period. There is a feathered script "GS" monogram. It is in excellent condition, with no visible signs of wear or damage.