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Reed & Barton "Love Disarmed" Sterling Silver Waukegan Teaspoon

Reed & Barton "Love Disarmed" Sterling Silver Waukegan Teaspoon
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At 5 5/8" long and .8 T. oz., this piece is a size smaller than a full length 6" tea and is identified as a 5 o'clock spoon.

This is an original production example of Reed & Barton's "Love Disarmed," issued in 1899, and is marked with the company's "eagle, R, lion" emblem, "Sterling," and "Pat. Appl'd For," all in very fine lettering.

All the details are exactly as they should be on an old example. The baby's face is rounded and fully delineated. The chest, neck, and arm surfaces of the female figure are textured, and her draped garb is finely lined and reflects a gossamer quality.

This is engraved "Waukegan" in the bowl in fancy lettering, so was originally a souvenir piece commemorating that Illinois city.

In perfect condition, this is without wear or damage and has a bright, rich, finish.

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