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 inch long, with the spoon bowl measuring 1 inch wide and 1-3/8 inch long — slightly larger than a demitasse spoon. The ladle measures 6 inch long, with the ladle scoop or bowl measuring 1-5/16 inch in diamete..
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 inch 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 inches long. Marked International Sterling. In excellent, used condition; no monogram. Weight: 15 grams...
For those hungry man mealtimes, here we have a large old Majestic brown and white spatter graniteware kettle cooker or deep pot that certainly lives up to its Majestic name. Measuring 7-5/8 inch high and 10 inch in diameter, the weight on this iron cooker comes in just under 5 pounds! The base color is an espresso or rich dark chocolate brown with a fine spattering of white. There is a tag that swivels on one side of the rim that's marked with the Majestic name. Helen Greguir..
Another fabulous old piece of graniteware in a rich brown and white spatter, this piece being a large drainer pan insert, appearing to be almost identical to the drainer pan shown on page 212 of Helen Greguire's second book, in the brown and white section. As with the drain bucket (shown below), the colors to this piece are spectacular, with the base color an espresso or rich dark chocolate brown, enhanced by a spattering of creamy chocolate brown and topped with a splash of ..
A spectacularly ornate and large antique (late 1800s) Davis & Galt sterling silver pierced / slotted serving spoon in a paisley design, featuring an 1876 British India Victoria Empress rupee coin at the center, with a coin design of A/II 0/1 (Victoria Empress bust design A, reverse design II, and dot pattern 0/1). The hand-cut piercings on the slotted spoon bowl resemble a simplistic V-shaped tulip, with a circle of dots to add to the openwork. Most breathtaking, however,..
Antique Gorham sterling silver demitasse spoon from the Fontainebleau pattern, a fabulous pattern designed by Antoine Heller in the late 1800s (1880) and depicting various medieval courtyard scenes. The demitasse spoon features a man, in courtly attire, holding and stirring a large sauce pot. Spoon measures 4-1/4 inch long, and weighs 14.7 grams. The back of the handle is marked Sterling along with Gorham's rampant lion hallmark, with the handle side marked Copyrighted. T..