Originally given as a 25th wedding anniversary gift in 1893, it would well serve this function again today for your friends who appreciate fine antiques...
For the sake of accuracy, we'll mention that one piercing is slightly ajar (you may be able to see this in our third enlargement) but this is visible only with magnification, not to the naked eye.
A charming old piece in this classic Art Nouveau Whiting pattern
If you like a big, heavy weapon with which to attack your steak (or red beans and rice, for our vegan friends) then look no further, here it is.
These are find, old pieces with excellent detail and die depth.
A set of these same spoons graces the cover of Elenita Chickering's superb monograph about her Uncle, Mr. Stone.
For those of you who like us are are fans of comparison shopping, the folks who Replace your stuff also have one of these in stock, @1130.00 dollars(!).
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A lovely complement to any "Berry in Calyx" holloware, this fine piece by craftsman Charles W Blanchard is not a commonly encountered pattern.
Readers of our little web page know that we're obsessed with comparison shopping, but we were slightly shocked to find just one lone Chrysanthemum teaspoon (item 123611846786) had recently sold on the big bad auction site for 49 American moneys. Holy guacamole!
One factor which ultimately contributed to the demise of his firm was that George Shiebler's best designs were difficult to execute and costly to produce. Not many of these forks were made, and the surviving examples vary in quality and condition.
This is the finest one we've ever had the privilege to offer...
Were you going to kvetch about the three letter script monogram? Stifle yourself!! These don't grow on trees.
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