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One coin silver teaspoon by Nichols of Newport, RI. There is an engraving on the handle of the spoon and it is stamped "Nichols" on the reverse.


Large wooden spoon; flat handle on top, rounded on bottom; knotched at handle's bottom end.


Silver spoon with the name 'F.B. Bailey' engraved on the handle. Three marks on back of handle are the letter 'D', an eagle or some other kind of bird, and the profile of a man's head facing left. ...


Coin silver spoon with a fairly deep bowl; stamped marks on the back of the handle. Stamped marks on the back of the handle 'AI'; 'A & N'; 'CS'; 'L'. Found by donor's children on the beach in t...


A set of coin silver spoons numbered 1-6 on upper side of handle. Bright cut design above monogram "MC". One of a set of 6 spoons: numbered 97.22.59 through 97.22.64.

01.236
Spoon
1685 – 1740

Spoon with "spurred trifid-end" handle; "fig-shaped" bowl. Engraved inscription added, prob. in late nineteenth century: "B.C. 1674." in shaded block letters, on back of handle.

01.195
Spoon
1695 – 1725

Spoon with engraved initials: "GCF"; swage decoration on back of bowl; trifid-end handle which curves down. Marked with "S+V" enclosed in a heart.

78.1.1
Spoon
1700 – 1730

Spoon with engraved initials "TW"; rat tail on back of spoon; swaged floral decoration; trifid end on handle which turns up. Marked with "IC" enclosed in a circle.

78.1.2
Spoon
1710 – 1730

Spoon with engraved initials: "WGK", script of letter "G" differs slightly in style; rat tail on back of bowl; trifid end on handle, which curves upward. marked with "IA" ina circle.

82.5.1
Spoon, Eating
1713 – 1812

Silver spoon made in the early 19th century; has a coffin shaped handle common during the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century. Bowl has a curve characteristic of early 19t...

01.194
Spoon, Eating
1730 – 1761

Spoon with rat tail on back of bowl; mid-rib on front of handle, which turns up. Marked with "MR" enclosed in a square. Moody Russell was the uncle of Newport silversmith Jonathan Otis.

01.193
Spoon
1730 – 1750

Spoon with engraved initials: "ES" and also the date, "1753"; shell on back of bowl; midrib on front of handle which curves up. Date probably added. Marked with "I:O" enclosed in a circle, plus thr...

01.192
Spoon
circa 1750

Spoon with engraved initials: "SF"; shell on back of bowl; handle turns down; midrib on front. maker's mark is initials "TA"

2012.48
spoon
1751 – 1828

Coin silver spoon with marking on back consistent with Thomas Arnold (1734-1828). Engravings on the handle are present: a script monogram "CC" and the numeral 3.

01.214
Spoon, Eating
1755 – 1770

Spoon with engraved initials: "S*F" (original) and "NT" (added) in script; handle curves up; has mid-rib on front. "TA" enclosed in a square, "ARNOLD" enclosed in a rectangle.

01.213
Spoon
circa 1770

Spoon with engraved initials: "H H/TO/MAH" in script. "D.R" enclosed in a square, "D Rogers" enclosed in a rectangle.

01.210
Spoon, Eating
1785 – 1815

Spoon with engraved initials: "PS"; "coffin" end. Probably made in New England.


Silver table spoon. Inscribed: "TMC", stamped on verso: "B.H. Tisdale", "Newport RI", and "....Coin".


Silver table spoon, very similar to #90.7.1 in detail, but not stamped by maker. Classic tipped pattern. On verso: monogrammed "PIH" (?)


Silver table spoon, classic tipped pattern. Stamped on verso: "Tisdale", inscribed: "E.D. Lincoln".

80.3.29
Spoon, Eating
1800 – 1840

Large spoon with flat handle, engraved ring on bowl. Engraved initials "AT" (in script) referring to Abigail White Taylor, 1786-1869. Marked with "WSN NICHOLS".


Coin silver teaspoon, monogram "AW" on handle, stamped "Nichols" on verso.


Simple silver ladle; coffin-shaped handle with arrow detail at base; delicate engraved initials: "NRC". Marked with "B.H. Tisdale" enclosed in an oval. Ladle belonged to Nathaniel Coggeshall of New...


Silver spoon made in the early 19th century; has a coffin shaped handle common during the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century. Bowl has a curve characteristic of early 19t...


Silver spoon made in the early 19th century; has a coffin shaped handle common during the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century. Bowl has a curve characteristic of early 19t...


Silver spoon made in the early 19th century; has a coffin shaped handle common during the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century. Bowl has a curve characteristic of early 19t...


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

91.36.1
Spoon
circa 1807

Silver, monogrammed "M.W./H., and dated 1807". Descended in Hadwen-Williams family, attributed by them to W. Hadwen, but more likely made by Hookey. Gift to Margaret Williams Carman from her mother...

80.3.16
Spoon
1809 – 1819

Small serving spoon with coffin-end handle with engraved initials "EW" (in script). Belonged to Elizabeth Gladding White. Marked with "I.A. SHAW" in a wavy rectangle.

01.244
Spoon, Eating
1810 – 1840

Spoon with fiddle-back handle with engraved initials "CT". "NICHOLS" and "WSN" enclosed in individual rectangles.


Georgian silver coffee spoon, monogrammed "MMC" in script, tipped rounded handle with shoulders. Three illegible marks on verso. Artist was probably Scottish.

01.245
Spoon, Eating
1820 – 1840

Spoon with fiddle-back handle. Engraved initials: "ET/TO/SSW". "NICHOLS" and "WSN" enclosed in individual rectangles.


Two spoons with fiddle-backed handled with pointed bowl. "MVT" engraved in script referring to Mary Vigneron Taylor (1744-1835), wife of James Taylor. Three symbols and "Nichols" enclosed in a rect...

80.3.35
Spoon, Eating
1840 – 1860

Fiddle-back handle spoon with the engraved initials "MVT" (in script), referring to Mary Vigneron Taylor (1744-1835), wife of James Taylor, married 3/11/1764. Marked with "NICHOLS" and "COIN" enclo...

80.3.32
Spoon, Eating
1840 – 1860

Spoon with fiddle-back handle; bowl has holes like a strainer does. Engraved initials "AT" (in script) referring to Abigail White Taylor. Marked with "Nichols", "Pure Coin", and Newport R.I." all e...

80.3.24
Spoon, Eating
1840 – 1860

Spoon with fiddle-back handle. Engraved initials "WRT" (in script), on front of handle. Engraved initials "H.H.S." on back of handle. "WRT" is William Rogers Taylor, (1811-1888). "HHS" is Harriett ...

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