Ranging from elegant to unusual, silver flatware makes dining a memorable experience---especially those different place pieces that provoke comment at the dinner table.
Georg Jensen of Denmark sterling set of 12 demitasse spoons in the Art Deco pattern "Catus" introduced in 1930, each spoon measures 4-1/4" long
Sterling tea caddy spoon by Gorham (Art & Crafts) with elements of Celtic knot in the design, circa 1880s, measuring 3-3/4" long
Set of 12 sterling silver hooded salt scoops with shakers by Webster measuring 3-1/2” long with a gold wash interior, circa 1930s—very unusual to find all twelve still together !
Antique set of ten sterling ice cream/sorbet spoons with gold washed bowls in "Luxembourg" (1888) by Wood & Hughes measuring 5-3/4" with cursive "J" momgram inside of the cartouche at the top of the handle
Set of 12 silver spoons (800 standard) gold washed, hallmarked with “800” and crown crescent & an eagle for Bruckmann & Söhne-Heilbronn silversmiths Germany, with a figural head at the top, circa 1900, 5-1/4” long
Set of 8 antique sterling demitasse spoons with four different patterns with two different shaped handles and gold washed bowls by Gorham measuring 4-3/4" circa 1890s
Set of 7 sterling demitasse spoons by R Wallace & Sons, circa 1890s, measuring 4-3/8” long with mono gothic “T”
Set of sterling 8 seafood/cocktail forks "Repousse" by Kirk measuring 5-1/2" long each
Set of twelve individual flat butters (old mark) in "Francis I" by Reed & Barton introduced in 1907, each all silver knife measures 5-7/8" long
Sterling Souvenir Spoons
Sterling souvenir teaspoon of New Orleans, La. with "Coleman E. Adler" retailer, heavy and measuring 6" long
Sterling souvenir teaspoon of Alexandria, Va. with George Washington handle and Christ Church in the bowl measuring 5-7/8" long
Sterling souvenir teaspoon of Chattanooga, Tn. with "Phillips & Armitage" made by Shiebler measuring 5-3/4" long