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This sale is for a very nice piece by Tiffany & Co. It says on the back of the spoon, very clearly hallmarked is "TIFFANY & Co. STERLING PAT.1911m" I don't know the name of this spoon, like it's a "berry" spoon or Olives or pickles of pie, so I'll just call it a slotted serving spoon. I don't know the name of the pattern either! So if any of the knowledgeable ers out there can inform us I would really appreciate it if you could let us know so that I can attach your email to this sale page.
Back to our Tiffany spoon. It's BIG! It's 9" long and the bowl of the spoon is approx 3 1/8" to
3 1/4" in diameter. The bowl of the spoon has a wonderful pierced design all across the bowl that is floral looking like a big flower or snowflake.
There is a possibility that a monogram has been removed, if it was done it was not done by us. And I can see no evidence of such removal. I will add a close up of that area on the handle that would have been monogrammed so you can decide.
And it's a heavyweight you will get OVER three and a half OUNCES of silver in this spoon. It weighs 113.5 grams. But it deserves more then silver value, its a Tiffany work of art! :-)
Please email with question and or comments...we'd love to hear from you!
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