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A.E. Warner, Baltimore, 11 oz. Silver Engraved Teaspoon

A.E. Warner, Baltimore, 11 oz. Silver Engraved Teaspoon
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Described in Maryland Silver published by the Baltimore Museum of Art, as the "best known" of the family of silversmiths that included his father, brother, and son, Andrew Ellicott Warner was also "the most prolific Baltimore silversmith next to Kirk."

This example of his work is a 5 7/8" long, .7 T. oz., teaspoon.

Stamped with his name and the Baltimore "11 oz." standard designation, which equates to midway between coin and sterling, it dates from the mid 19th century.

Having a rounded, essentially "Old English," handle, it is engraved in design that is reminiscent to "Mayflower" as popularized by Kirk.

It has a feathered script "ALB" monogram on the front and a plain back, and is in mint estate condition. It shows no wear, has a flawless bowl, and possesses a warm, even finish.

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