This example is a 7 1/4" long, 1.3 T. oz., preserve or jelly spoon.
A large blossom occupies the central portion of the handle and is surrounded by additional blossoms, buds, and leaves the full length of the handle and on the backside.
The pattern also extends onto the scalloped edge, rounded end, bowl...
This lengthy, 13 1/2", just over 2.0 T. oz., solid silver example was made by Gorham, whose "lion, anchor, G" emblem and "Sterling" are imprinted on the backside of the handle.
The pattern is "Norfolk" aka "Villa Norfolk" introduced in 1904...
It incorporates a crown, cornucopia, torches, a crossed ribbon wreath, and other festooning on the handle front, and simpler laurel and acanthus leaf and ribbon detailing on the reverse.
This example is a 7" long, 1.4 T. oz., place spoon, typically identified as a dessert or oval soup.
The front is engraved with an Old English "C" monogram in the oval reserve area...
This all silver example was made by International in its turn-of-the-twentieth century "Avalon" line.
Measuring 8 1/8" overall, and weighing a substantial 2.5 T. oz., it has the characteristic oblong blade, 3 3/4" by 2 1/4" in this instance...
Price per piece, 3 available.
It is an early example of Whiting's "Lily" marked with the company's "winged lion" emblem, "Sterling," "Pat. 1902," "R'd 1902," and an Old English "O."
A striking and highly detailed Art Nouveau floral design, this retains excellent pattern detail, is without dents or bends in the bowl, and has a fine finish.
There is a lightly inscribed, script "G" monogram on the handle front.
This 8" long, 2.2 T. oz., example was made by Whiting in its "New Empire" aka "Empire" pattern.
The shell-shaped bowl is 4" long, 3 3/8" at the widest, and 3/4" deep in the cupped and embossed heel. It is finised in a pale gold matte wash in the interior...
Price for the pair.
Made by Whiting, whose "lion" emblem, "Sterling," and "Pat. 1893" appear on the backsides, the pattern is "Imperial Queen."
The design incorporates shell, acanthus leaf, and scroll elements evocative of a traditional "Queens" pattern, apropos of the pattern name.
Both pieces are engraved in a flowing script "ECF" monogram on the handle fronts...
This solid silver, two slot example was made by Dominick & Haff whose three part "rectangle, square, diamond" emblem, "Sterling," and model number "15" appear on the underside. It measures 2 1/2" by 1 1/2" by 7/8" high and weighs approximately 2.0 T. oz.
There is a solid dividing wall between the slots, while the bottoms are slanted to facilitate removing the stamps...
It is hallmarked on the bowl reverse for London, 1899-1900, sterling, and renowned maker "Liberty & Co" (partially rubbed).
Designer Archibald Knox is strongly associated with this firm, and he very likely designed this which falls within the company's "Cymric" line. The pattern name is "Egbert" and is decidedly Art Nouveau in style and appears to be hand worked in whole or in part...
It is double die struck, meaning the design appears on the front and backsides.
This 6 3/4" long, 1.0 T. oz., example is an early run item, marked "Patent," "Pure Coin," which is a characteristically New England term, and with the name of the retailer, "A. Skinner," Boston....
The firm marketed an array of sterling silver souvenir spoons that featured a variety of state locations and themes (such as alligator handled pieces).
This 6 1/8" long, relatively weighty at .9 T. oz., grapefruit or citrus spoon stamped "Greenleaf & Crosby Co.," features the "Old City Gates" of "St. Augustin...
As imprinted on the bowl edge, it is model "159" made by Gorham, whose name, "lion, anchor, G" emblem, and "Sterling" appear alongside the number.
Arts and crafts in manner, the arm and lip are reticulated in something of a Chippendale style, while the fine piercings in the bowl are a dot and cross pattern.
Dating from late in the 19th century, it is marked with the Whiting "lion with W" logo, "Sterling," and the number "30" on the heel backside.
Never monogrammed, it remains in outstanding condition, with the only wear being ...
The month represented is "December" as appears on the lower portion of the handle, and the corresponding sign and flower are "Capricorn(us)" and "Holly."
In mint condition, and never monogrammed, this appears to have been little, if ever, used as an implement. All details remain well-defined showing no ...
These ice cream spoons, of which there are three, two engraved with an Old English "M" monogram and one with a line script "FGL," measure 5 1/2" long, with the "M" ones weighing .7 T. oz. each and the "FGL" one .5 T. oz.
They have stylized shell-shaped bowls, with gold finishes front and back sides.
In superb condition there is no wear, or bends or d...
It is clearly marked on the backside for "F. Ramirez," "Federal District," i.e. Mexico City, "Sterling," and with the Mexican "eagle" symbol used 1948-c. 1980.
The generously proportioned, ovoid, bowl measures 3 1/2" by 2 1/4" by 1" deep.
In outstanding condition, and never monogrammed or in...
The pattern is "Round End" issued in 1901 and identified by sources as Stone's first flatware line.
The handle front is engraved with a flowing, line script, "BCP" monogram.
Simple as it is, this pie...