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Heavy silver plated dressing spoon, oval bowl, turned up handle tapering to bowl, inscription: "Rochambeau/ to Lt. Gov. Jabez Bowen" spoon stored in maroon flannel slip case with explanatory leafle...

Spoon, Serving
1840 – 1850

Serving Spoon with fiddle-back handle with flower basket design in relief. "Taylor" engraved (in script). Scallop shell on bowl. Marked with "G.W. PLATT" enclosed in a rectangle.

Serving spoon with engraved initials: "T.A.C." and dragon's head; handle end is an elongated rectangle.

English silver serving spoons monogrammed EW/LSC EW/CST, rounded handles engraved with delicate geometric design. These were the spoons of Elizabeth Gladding White. These spoons were used every day...

Serving Spoon
1730 – 1750

Spoon with engraved inscription: "Rochambeau to Lt. Gov. Jabez Bowen Ri 1780" on handle front; engraved coat of arms on handle back (Rochambeau crest). Spoon presented to Jabez Bowen by French Gene...

One large serving spoon, engraving with "WEH" on the handle. On the back side it is stamped, "Nichols", "Pure Coin", and "Newport, RI."

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