19th century sterling silver Chattanooga souvenir spoon.
Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoon – White Lake NY – Cattails – Engraved – FL0633. Measures about 5 1/4 – weighs 15.2. A most unusual handle design with cattails. The spoon pictured is the spoon you will receive. See pictures for condition. Please see pictures, request more, and ask questions if necessary. If you need more time to pay, we are willing to accommodate but please message us to let us know. You must notify us of your intent to return no later than 30 days from having received the item. If an item is tagged and the tag is removed, a return will not be accepted. We are happy to answer questions Monday- Friday 10 a.
Offered is a floral hand painted enameled gilt sterling silver souvenir spoon. Beautifully enameled pink flower in bowl of spoon. Tip of handle has an enameled image of a yellow flower. Properly hallmarked underneath with sterling silver. Very light age wear may be noticed however no damage or repairs. Spoon measures 4-15/16″ x 15/16″ at bowl. Spoon weighs 16.4 grams. Please let us know if you have any questions!
Offered are two gilt sterling silver souvenir spoons. Beautifully detailed images on both spoons bowls. First spoon is of Marechal Foch. Commander Marechal Ferdinand Foch, (born October 2, 1851, Tarbes, France-died March 20, 1929, Paris), marshal of France and commander of Allied forces during the closing months of World War I, generally considered the leader most responsible for the Allied victory. The tip of the handle of the spoon has an a sterling silver rooster. Second spoon is that of G. Georges Benjamin Clemenceau (born September 28, 1841 – died November 24, 1929) was a French statesman who served as Prime Minister of France from 1906 to 1909 and again from 1917 until 1920. A key figure of the Independent Radicals, he was a strong advocate of separation of church and state, amnesty of the Communards exiled to New Caledonia, as well as opposition to colonisation. Clemenceau, a physician turned journalist, played a central role in the politics of the Third Republic, most notably successfully leading France through the end of the First World War. Tip of handle has a sterling silver tiger. Both spoons are Incredibly detailed. Properly hallmarked on bowls of spoons, as shown in listings photographs. Very light age wear may be noticed however no damage or repairs. Foch spoon measures 5″ x 1″ at bowl. Foch spoon weighs 13 grams. Clemenceau spoon measures 4-11/16″ x 1″. Clemenceau spoon weighs 13 grams. Please let us know if you have any questions!
The 6 spoons and 6 forks are. 800 silver and weigh 150 grams. The other serving pieces are. 925 sterling silver and weigh 104 grams. Sale is as pictured. Wear to the outside of the box. All silver utensils are in great condition. As found-will clean up better.
This special item remains in Excellent condition, (see condition report above), and bears no monogram. Width: 2 1/4(bowl). Weight (g): 91.1g. WE LIKE TO PROTECT THE INTEGRITY OF THE PIECES SO WE DO NOT OFFER OR SUGGEST SIZING. WE HAVE TESTED ALL STONES & METALS THAT WE IDENTIFY AND GUARANTEE THEIR PURITY. ALL UNIDENTIFIED STONES AND METALS HAVE A??? DISPLAY ITEMS AND BOXES ARE NOT INCLUDED UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE. PLEASE DO NOT MESSAGE US REGARDING BEST OFFERS. OUR MESSAGES ARE USED FOR CUSTOMER SERVICE ONLY. WE ARE UNABLE TO ACCEPT OR COUNTER OFFERS THROUGH MESSAGES. BEST OFFER FUNCTION – PLEASE SEND OFFERS UTILIZING? BUTTON ON YOUR SCREEN. WE WILL NOT ACCEPT ANY BEST OFFERS. THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING SMALL BUSINESS! Browsing Silverware for Baby? See new store at.
Rare Sterling GORHAM Bon Bon Spoon SALEM WITCH c1891 Halloween theme. Sterling Silver – Gorham – Salem Witch – Rare Bon Bon Serving Spoon – weighs 0.60 troy ozs. There is an elaborate pierced bowl portion. Marked: with the Gorham hallmarks, STERLING, Daniel Low. Measurements: 4 5/8″ in length and the bowl portion measures 2 1/8″ in width. Monograms: ornate and “1891”. Any dark spots are only shadows from taking the pictures. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Auctiva gets you noticed!