A sterling silver large serving spoon by Whiting in the Dresden pattern, which features many small flowers on the handle, and gold wash bowl, no monograms, c.1896, hallmarked and is in very good condition although has a few small scratches on the inside of the bowl of the spoon. about 8-3/4" long
Sterling silver berry or casserole spoon by A.F. Towle & Son Co. in the Tudor pattern (1900 issue date), rose pattern detail on handle and in bowl of spoon, very large spoon measuring 11" approx in length. It's in very excellent condition, does have monogram of the letter M, is hallmarked for the A.F. Towle Co, Sterling, J W Neasham. J.W. Neasham was a jeweler in Ottumwa, IA and this piece was probably made to be sold in their store in the early 1900's. This is the original p ...click for details
Sterling Silver with gold wash punch ladle by Frank Smith of Gardner, Mass. in the Grape pattern. This is a ladle approx. 14" long, with monogram on the back of the handle. He was the lead designer for Tiffany prior to starting his own company and this was his first pattern under his hallmark. It's in very excellent condition, c1900, with hallmark and Sterling embossed in handle. There is no damage or other problem; but due to the photos being taken in bad lighting conditions, what ...click for details
English silver salt made for Tiffany & Co. by Grosjean & Woodward who was a major supplier of early Tiffany items, has beautiful gold colored interior, marks are Tiffany & Co.,2 G&W marks with a 3 between them, item 4607, Eng. Silver, and 925-1000. English Silver is the same as Sterling Silver in meaning. Item is in excellent condition, with age prior to 1860.