Vintage 1950s. They are sterling silver with enameled handles. A rare find. The forks polish up very nicely and quite easily. I recommend hand washing to prevent any damage to the enamel on the handles.
Vintage 1940s. A rare find. They are sterling silver with enamel handles, and the backs of the spoons are enameled as well. The front of the spoons are sterling silver and polish up nicely. Because of the enamel coating, I would suggest hand washing to prevent any damage.
This beautiful sterling silver tea caddy spoon is from the 19th century, and from Germany. It has an ornate figural handle that depicts 2 sea serpents intertwined, and a small boy blowing a horn with 2 animals next to him. The serpents represent shipping and the ocean. The inside of the spoon has an embossed town with what appears to be a sheepherder.
A beautiful and rare sterling silver handled stainless steel bladed cake set, that was made in Thailand. It is marked sterling silver, and Thailand. The handles of both the cake server and the curved cutting knife depict the Bangkok Goddess of Thailand.
It is in the Potomac pattern design. SSMC- the Sterling Silver Manufacturing Company operated in Providence Rhode Island. It produced silver pieces, holloware (bowls, tea pots, creamers, coffe pots, etc.) and flatware (silverware) from 1909-1932.
This beautiful sterling silver large soup ladle weighs 234 grams. It meaures 12" long from tip to tip, and 4 1/8" wide at the soup base of the ladle. It has a monogram on the tip of the handle what appears to me to be a W.
This beautiful set of flatware includes 12 hollow handle butter spreaders, 24 teaspoons, 12 tablespoons, 12 salad forks, and 12 dinner forks. The butter spreaders have a stainless steel spreading edge. They are all hand washable, clean, and ready for your use. The plate in the picture IS NOT for sale-- it is a family heirloom.