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Erickson "Chino" Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Serving Spoon

Erickson "Chino" Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Serving Spoon
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A worker who apprenticed in the shop of renowned Arts & Crafts silversmith Arthur Stone, George Erickson founded his own studio in Gardner, Massachusetts, the same city as Stone, in 1932. The business continues today under the ownership of his grandson Peter.

This 6 1/2" long, approximately 1.2 T. oz., serving spoon is an early production piece, original to George, marked "Erickson Sterling".

A serving spoon with an ovoid bowl, the pattern is "Chino," which is a rounded end fiddle design.

Having a smooth finish on the bowl interior, and very subtle planishing marks on the handle, the bowl back has a markedly hammered surface, indicative of its hand made origins.

Never monogrammed, it remains in strikingly fine estate condition, showing minimal evidence of use and possessing a lustrous patina.

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