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 inch 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..
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...
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..