Strawser Folky carved bird signed" DBS '70". Stands 6" high x 8" long (with stand).
Very classy Swiss mountain hiking stick-has handle made of Alpine goat horn and a cloven hoof -has iron tip to pierce rocky soil--piece was bought in Luzern, Switzerland and bears hiking enamel badges from Luzern, Zermatt, Saltzburg and other mountain areas-These sticks were carried with great pride by European hikers who celebrated hikes with these metal badges affixed to canes carried on the hike--this one is especially nice with the elaborate handle-35 inches long-no repairs or condition prob...
Here you go folks - an instant, vintage collection of 13 pieces of English porcelain crestware souvenir miniatures...
A Stunning Amber Glass Pelican Figurine made for the 20th Anniversary of the Fostoria Glass Society of America.Piece is marked: 20th ANNIVERSARY 1980-2000 FGSA 00.A beautiful collectible keepsake.
A vintage 19th century Mauchline ware wooden souvenir string or thread holder depicting a view of Carlingford, Ireland with a photo transfer. This 2-1/2" tall box is 3-1/4" across the base and it has a bone (probably) eye through which the string can be drawn. This souvenir is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, losses, damage or repairs...
Measurements: 4 1/4" long with Art Nouveau design of flowers and leaves produced by the Adams Manuf. Co. in 1905.
The metal is silver plate over brass.
The name on the spoon - Eurtrophia - is the name of a horse breeding farm in Ohio. (The word, eutrophia, refers to nutrition.)
I believe the spoon is a souvenir spoon from this equestrian farm, but that is only my best guess.
Perhaps it was a souvenir of a turn of the century spa/health farm which focused on good nutrition.
The sterling silver birthday spoon has March cut out on the handle with the March flower, a jonquil. The spoon is marked Sterling and a crown, a W, and a lion indicates the maker's mark for Watson & Newell Co. The spoon is 6 inches long and the bowl measures 2 inches by 1 1/4 inches across. The spoon dates from the 1920s and is in perfect condition.
The sterling silver Eastern Star Fraternal souvenir spoon is marked Sterling. The Eastern Star fraternal order welcomes both men and women members and the spoon shows from the top: Star symbol, Ruth bearing wheat, and the initials, O.E.S. On the back of the handle is the Order of Eastern Star, and an owl with W on its body. The spoon measures 5 3/8 inches long and the bowl is 1 7/8 inches by 1 1/8 inches across. This souvenir spoon dates from the 1920s and is in perfect condition.
The sterling silver souvenir spoon has "Long Beach, Cal" engraved in the bowl. The handle depicts (from top to bottom) a palm tree, oranges and an alligator. The back of the handle has a US crest. The teaspoon is marked "Sterling" and the manufacturer was Shepard Mfg Co. The spoon is 5 1/4 inches long and the bowl measures 1 inch across and 1 7/8 inches long. The spoon dates around the 1920s.
The sterling silver souvenir teaspoon has an engraved bowl for Douglas, Arizona. The handle depicts (from the top) a miner with the caption, "Millions In It", a covered wagon, a tomahawk and a peace pipe. The spoon is marked "Sterling" and measures 5 1/2 inches long. The bowl is 1 1/8 inches across and 1 7/8 inches long. The teaspoon dates pre-1920.
The sterling silver souvenir spoon has, from the top of the handle, an Native American Indian head, a buffalo, a canoe and a floral motif. On the back of the handle is a tepee and peace pipes. The bowl has an engraving of the Masonic Temple, Elmira, N.Y. The spoon is marked "Sterling" and was manufactured by the Sterling Silver Mfg Co. The teaspoon measures 5 1/8 inches long and the bowl is 1 1/8 inches across and 1 3/4 inches long. The spoon dates from around the 1920s.
The sterling silver souvenir teaspoon has "Los Angeles" beautifully engraved in the bowl. The handle depicts the San Gabriel Mission and Mt Lowe Railroad. Engraved on the back is the initial "C" and the date of 1904. The spoon is marked "Sterling" and was manufactured by Wilcox and Evertsen. The teaspoon measures 5 3/4 inches long and the bowl is 1 1/4 inches across and 2 inches long.
The sterling silver souvenir teaspoon for Cornell has a cut-out on the handle depicting the Library tower. On the back of the spoon the date 1916 is engraved. The spoon is marked "Sterling" and the manufacturer was Charles M. Robbins. The teaspoon is 5 5/8 inches long and the bowl is 1 1/8 inches across and 2 inches long.
The sterling silver souvenir teaspoon honors Pennsylvania. On the handle there is a crest for the Keystone State, a steam locomotive and a miner. The embossed struck bowl shows the Carnegie Library, Smoky City, Fort Pitt, Pittsburg. On the back or the bowl there are engraved initials of "D.W.P." and the date Aug, 20, 1912. The spoon is marked "Sterling" and the manufacturer is Paye $ Baker Mfg Co...