This round tray by Tiffany & Co measures 10 1/4" across. It is monogrammed in the center of the tray, and dates from 1907-1947. The piece does show some surface scratches. It is marked on the reverse "Tiffany & Co Makers Sterling Silver 22195 M."
This large Tiffany & Co. sterling silver ladle is in the pattern of "English King." There is not a monogram on the front or the back of this piece. It has a good weight, and is marked on the back "Tiffany & Co. Sterling Pat 1885 M."
This set of 4 lunch forks by Tiffany & Co. is in the "Armour" pattern. They were made by John Polhemus for Tiffany & Co, patent 1860. Each fork is monogrammed with an elaborate "S", and measures 7 1/8" long. Each fork weighs at least 1.5 troy ounces. They are marked "J P Patent 1860 Sterling Tiffany & Co."
This pair of Tiffany & Co tablespoons is in the pattern of "Palm". The spoons measure 7 1/8" long. Each spoon has a simple yet elegant palm leaf on the front and on the back of the spoons. Both are monogrammed with the same initial(s). The marks on the back read "Tiffany & Co Sterling Pat 1871 M."
This sterling silver serving spoon was made by Henry Hebbard in the 1860's for Tiffany & Co. This interesting piece is ornamented with a ram's head at the tip of the handle, looking down over a strawberry on top of the devil's head. On the reverse side, the back of the ram's head is seen at the top of the handle, and a large strawberry adorns where the handle meets the bowl. The name "Pickett" is monogrammed on the handle. The spoon measures 8 5/8" long, and ...click for details