A sweet sterling silver salt spoon with a gilt bowl, the teardrop handle showing a floral decoration at the handle base and again at midpoint, with what appears to be a spread of English ivy at the curled handle tip.
Measuring 3-1/4" long, the back of the handle is marked Sterling Baird-North Co., which, according to the Encyclopedia of American Silver Manufacturers, was largely a distributor in the early 1900s, potentially leaving the true maker of this sweet sterling s..
Sweet sterling silver dessert spoon set in the original satin-lined box, consisting of six dainty individual dessert spoons and a matching sauce ladle, each with a slender waving pattern at the handle featuring two forget-me-not flowers.
Dessert spoons measure 4-1/4" long, with the spoon bowl measuring 1" wide and 1-3/8" long — slightly larger than a demitasse spoon. The ladle measures 6" long, with the ladle scoop or bowl measuring 1-5/16" in diameter and 12mm deep. Eac..
Demitasse sterling silver Chicago souvenir spoon with an enamel handle that is reminiscent of a Russian design, a twisted waffle texture stem, and gilt finish. Spoon measures 4-1/8" long; marked Sterling. Weight: 8 grams.
Sterling silver demitasse spoon from International Silver in the Masterpiece pattern, introduced in 1963 and discontinued in the mid-1990s. Measures 4-1/8" long. Marked International Sterling. In excellent, used condition; no monogram. Weight: 15 grams.
A lovely and ornate pierced silver berry spoon from Mermod Jaccard & Co., circa 1900, with the bowl decorated in an open work of shells, acanthus leaf, and scrolls, while at the center of the spoon bowl is a single eight-petal flower. The slender handle has a zippered look, with a single, dainty beaded row running up the center, where it meets a feathery scroll then branching out to trim the widening handle sides. The handle end is monogrammed with the lett..
Rogers Lunt & Bowlen sterling silver teaspoon in the Monticello pattern, measuring 5-3/4” long. Handle front has no monogram; back of handle is marked with the RLB logo – Sterling - Pat. Jan.28,08. In excellent vintage condition.Weight: 19 grams.
A sweet antique English silver shovel-type scoop or spoon with a mother of pearl handle, its miniature size suggesting an intended use for sugar, caviar, or some other "just a touch" individual serving.
In very good, lightly polished condition, with a scratch on the underside of the scoop. Measures 4" long, with the scoop edge at 1" wide. Unmarked as to silver content, but has merely an England mark.
Adding to the variety of demitasse spoons that I have available, this is a sweet sterling silver demitasse spoon from Wallace Silver in the Stradivari pattern. This pattern was introduced by Wallace in 1937 and discontinued in recent years.
Measures 3-7/8" long. Marked Wallace Sterling. In excellent, used condition; no monogram.
Weight: 9 grams.
A two-piece Arts & Crafts era serving set from Webster Company consisting of what I believe to be a berry or bonbon spoon and a cream ladle. The bowl size and shape of both pieces seem to suggest an intended use for dessert, with images of drizzling cream or chocolate accompanied by rich, succulent berries dancing around in my head.
Both handles have a hammered sterling finish, reminiscent of the arts and craft movement, with an unengraved shield panel, perfect fo..
Still sealed in its original packaging and waiting for its Christmas debut service, a 1975 Oneida Community pierced/slotted pie server in the Patrician pattern, with greetings for a Merry Christmas. This silverplate server isn't limited to pies; it's great for using with any round cut pastry dessert — cheesecake, cake, torte, bundt cake .... the sweet tooth need know no limits!Measures 9-3/4 inches long and 2 inches wide. In excellent, unused MIB condition...