FIGURAL BERRY SPOONS
The spoons on this page appear to be silver, but there are no
recognizable quality markings. I would not be surprised to learn that
they came from the same silversmith.
These spoons are fairly large, so I have included a ruler and a normal
sized tea spoon so that you can judge size.
The handles are cast and then chased to improve the details and the
bowls are all handworked. Observe the incredible detail workmanship
that went into creating these spoons.
In most cases, the figures are also completed on the back, and I will
be showing both front and back views.
Apollo is the Roman god of the Sun, Light, Archery, Medicine, and
Poetry. He is the twin of Diana.
two untraced marks (probably Germany or Holland)
Young noble lady carrying a rose in her right hand and clutching a
bible to her chest with the left hand.
I like the styling of her hair in the back picture
one untraced mark
A very nicely dressed noble man. Notice all the detail work in his
This spoon and the two pictured below are almost identical --unless you
examine them closely--then you will see a number of small subtle
They were all obviously produced by the same firm and most likely by
the same silversmith who has done some excellent work.
Compare these two spoons to the one pictured above
A well dressed man holding a fancy jug. Notice the workmanship of the
jug on both front and back
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