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Servers will be broken down into six sections: Serving Spoons (those with a bowl), Serving Forks (those with tines), Serving Knives (those with blades), Serving Sets (combinations of servers or serving and place pieces), Ladles (bowls again!), and Miscellaneous Servers (everything else!). Identifying the original use of a server can sometimes be difficult, especially if one does not have the manufacturer's catalog. As a consequence we may have just what you need listed under a completely different category than what you might expect. Thus it is hoped that having a separate page for these six broad groupings of servers will enable you to search through somewhat similar categories that may more quickly yield what you are looking for. These sections will include post-Civil War American Servers and foreign examples of any age. There is a separate archival only page devoted to Baltimore Repoussι Servers if that is your only interest. For Civil War and earlier American examples please check out Coin Silver Servers, Coin Silver Ladles, and Coin Silver Sugar Tongs. For all of our stock of 20th century handcrafted silverware please check out the Arts & Crafts Silverware page. Also please check out our Place Flatware page.

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Berry Spoons (aka Fruit)

1568-28. Dominick & Haff 'Twist' Berry Spoon with flanged ovoid gilt bowl, c.1885-1910. Angular Old English mono "M.D.D." on the back of the bowl. 9.1" long, 2.35" bowl width, 2.1 troy oz. Gilt bowl worn. $ 110.
1549-21. Durgin 'Antique Foliate Chased' Berry Spoon with shaped ovoid lobed and foliate engraved gilt bowl. Engraved "1884" on the back of the handle. 9.15" long, 2.45" bowl width, 2.1 troy oz. $ 150.
1568-66. Kirk 'Repousse' Large Berry Spoon with fruit embossed shaped circular bowl, c.1900-1910. Script mono "BRC". 8.9" long, 3.05" bowl diameter, 3.65 troy oz. $ 180.
1569-22. Kirk 'Repousse' Small Berry Spoon with fruit embossed shaped circular bowl, c.1930-1940. No mono. 7.5" long, 2.5" bowl diameter, 2.15 troy oz. $ 145.
1564-48. Antique French Silvergilt Berry Spoon in a thread pattern with floral vine highlights ending in a fancy scallop shell bowl; first standard .950 silver marked by Nicoud at Paris, c.1880-1915. 9.25" long, 3.25" bowl width, 3.45 troy oz. Mono erased. There are also 11 each matching Dessert Spoons & Forks available at $2000 (#1564-49). $ 250.
1566-12. Stieff 'Homewood' Large Berry Spoon (1938) with embossed berry decorated bowl. No mono. 9.3" long, 2.8" bowl width, 3.55 troy oz. $ 180.
1563-49. Watson 'Meadow Brook' Small Berry Spoon (1907) with lobed bowl. Script mono "J". 7.12" long, 2.12" bowl width, 1.55 troy oz. $ 65.
1568-24. George W. Webb & Co. 'Antique Engraved' Berry Spoon with notched and scroll engraved ovoid gilt bowl; Baltimore MD c.1865-1875. Script engraved "M.E.M." on the front of  the handle and "From Cousin Mary" on the back. 8.75" long, 1.9" bowl width, 1.85 troy oz. $ 125.
1554-61. Frank Whiting 'Hagie' Berry Spoon (1892); retailed by A. Stowell & Co. of Boston MA. Old English mono "B". 8.0" long, 2.25" bowl width, 2.0 troy oz. $ 135.

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Bon Bon Spoons (aka Candy, Nut & etc)

1569-37. Gorham Art Nouveau Floral 'H164' Bon Bon Spoon with cast and pierced floral decorated bowl, the reverse decorated en suite, c.1895. No mono. 4.75" long, 2.0" bowl width, 0.92 troy oz. $ 60.
1565-35. Gorham 'Buttercup' Bon Bon Spoon (1900) with pierced bowl. No mono. 4.62" long, 1.94" bowl width, 0.7 troy oz. $ 35.
1569-17. International 'Revere' Bon Bon Spoon (1898) with pierced and gilt fancy shallow scoop bowl. Old English mono "J". 6.0" long, 2.5" bowl width, 1.2 troy oz. $ 60.
1297-43.jpg (38002 bytes) 1297-43. Kirk 'Repoussι' Bon Bon Spoon with fruit embossed bowl, c.1910-1920. Mono "EN". 5.12" long, 2.0" bowl width. $ 60.
1398-21.jpg (39171 bytes) 1398-21. Stieff 'Rose' Bon Bon Spoon with shaped bowl, c.1940-1970. No mono. 5.25" long, 2.12" bowl width. $ 50.
1569-16. Towle 'Diane' Bon Bon Spoon (1889) with scroll decorated gilt bowl. Old English mono "J". 4.88" long, 2.5" bowl width, 1.05 troy oz. Wear to bowl gilding. $ 60.
1569-36. Victorian 'William Shakespeare' Souvenir Bon Bon Spoon, the handle with signature and ending in a gilt finial bust and pierced bowl; marked by George Unite at Birmingham in 1891/92 and stamped with Registry No. 152874. No mono. 4.25" long, 1.55" bowl width, 0.3 troy oz. $ 50.

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Cracker & Saratoga Chip Scoops

       

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Entree Spoons (aka Basting, Gravy, Sauce, Stuffing, Kitchen, Porridge & etc)

1132-11.jpg (39873 bytes) 1132-11. Danish Art Deco Porridge Spoon, marked by Heimburger at Copenhagen in 1911. Mono "ES". 14.75" long, 3.25" bowl width, 4.5 troy oz. $ 230.
1313-51.jpg (40915 bytes) 1313-51. Antique German 'Plain Pointed' Platter Spoon, marked by [IM] at Augsburg, c.1800-1830. Mono "AJM". 13.75" long, 3.19" bowl width, 4.2 troy oz. Some bowl dings. $ 250.

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Mustard Spoons (also Condiment & Horseradish Spoons)

1569-32. Whiting 'Oval Twist' Mustard Spoon (c.1880). No mono. 4.5" long, 0.88" bowl width, 0.25 troy oz. $ 40.

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Olive Spoons

1547-43. Kirk 'Repoussι' Olive Spoon with scroll pierced ovoid bowl, c.1925-1950. Vertical script mono "MCH". 6.0" long, 1.05" bowl width, 0.9 troy oz. $ 45.
1569-39. Sterling Silver Mfg. Co. 'Hendrick Hudson' Olive Spoon (1912) with pierced oval bowl. Old English mono "B". 6.0" long, 0.6" bowl width, 0.35 troy oz. $ 25.
1559-65. Stieff 'Chrysanthemum' Olive Spoon with pieced bowl, c.1905-1920. Script mono "B". 5.75" long, 0.95" bowl width, 0.9 troy oz. $ 40.
1565-63. Stieff 'Rose' Olive Spoon with pierced bowl, c.1925-1950. Vertical script mono "MEY". 5.62" long, 0.94" bowl width, 0.65 troy oz. $ 36.

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Pea Spoons

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Salt Spoons

1567-08. Pair Gorham Fancy Pattern #6(?) Salt Spoons with floral and scroll decorated handle and swirl-lobed oval bowl, c.1890-1900. No mono. 3.5" long, 0.88" bowl width, 0.5 troy oz. $ 70.

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Serving Spoons (Miscellaneous)

1568-39. Gustav Andersen 'Arts & Crafts' Large Serving Spoon with flanged bowl; Madison WI c.1940-1962. This is similar in outline and may be an example of his 'Ivy' pattern which was sold to Old Newbury Crafters by his widow. 10.85" long, 2.5" bowl width, 3.65 troy oz. $ 200.
1564-70. Durgin 'Madame Royale' Small Serving Spoon (1897) with floral decorated bowl; retailed by Bigelow Bros. & Kennard of Boston MA. No mono. 7.38" long, 2.0" bowl width, 1.7 troy oz. $ 85.
1418-08.jpg (40232 bytes) 1418-08. Gorham 'H 884' Large Serving Spoon with ivory handle, c.1875-1900. No mono. 11.38" long, 2.62" bowl width. $ 600.
1567-06. Gorham 'Luxembourg' Preserve Spoon (1893) with scroll decorated flanged pointed bowl. Vertical script mono "L". 8.62" long, 2.25" bowl width, 2.2 troy oz. $ 100.
1568-67. 3 Jenkins & Jenkins 'Repoussι' Large Serving Spoons with ovoid bowls, working 1908-1923. Old English mono "C". 9.05" long, 2.2" bowl width, 2.9 troy oz. each. $ 135./ea.
1559-44. Kirk 'Repoussι' Medium Salad Serving Spoon, c.1930-1950. No mono. 9.0" long, 2.44" bowl width, 3.05 troy oz. $ 150.
1554-04. Kirk 'Repoussι' Large Serving Spoon c.1900-1910. Script mono "SdeBC". 9.5" long, 2.12" bowl width, 3.3 troy oz. $ 160.
1555-53. Kirk 'Repoussι' Medium Serving Spoon with ovoid bowl, c.1895. No mono. 9.15" long, 1.75" bowl width, 2.7 troy oz. $ 160.
1565-52. Kirk 'Repoussι' Medium Serving Spoon with ovoid bowl, c.1895. Vertical script mono "MBN". 9.05" long, 1.75" bowl width, 2.5 troy oz. $ 150.
1541-25. Kirk 'Repoussι' Medium Serving Spoon with ovoid bowl, c.1925-1950. No mono. 8.3" long, 1.75" bowl width, 2.1 troy oz. $ 105.
1376-20.jpg (39611 bytes) 1376-20. Kirk 'Repoussι' Medium Serving Spoon with ovoid bowl, c.1925-1950. Vertical script mono "MLS". 8.44" long, 1.8" bowl width, 2.0 troy oz. $ 95.
1557-53. Stieff 'Rose' Large Salad Serving Spoon with shaped bowl, c.1915-1925. Vertical script mono "MMC". 9.0" long, 2.75" bowl width, 4.0 troy oz. $ 250.
1538-23. Stieff 'Rose' Large Serving Spoon with ovoid bowl, c.1915-1930. Old English mono "H". 9.0" long, 2.15" bowl width, 3.15 troy oz. $ 160.
1545-31. Stieff 'Rose' Medium Serving Spoon with ovoid bowl, c.1920-1935. Script mono "S". 8.45" long, 1.8" bowl width, 2.5 troy oz. $ 100.

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Stirring Spoons (aka Claret, Cocktail, Lemonade, Martini, Muddler, Pitcher & etc)

       

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Sugar Spoons (aka Sugar Shells)

1530-68. Antique George V Silver Sugar Spoon with the long tapering cylindrical handle socket ending in a short tapering mother-of-pearl end, scalloped-edge bowl; marked by James Dixon & Sons at Sheffield in 1911/12. No mono. 5.55" long, 1.38" bowl width. Some staining to mother-of-pearl. $ 40.
1551-62. Gorham 'Chippendale' Large Sugar Spoon (1890) with engraved flanged ovoid bowl. Engraved Old English "W" on the front and script 1867-1892" for a 25th anniversary on the back. 6.8" long, 1.8" bowl width, 1.05 troy oz. $ 50.
1561-09. Kirk 'Old Maryland Engraved' Sugar Spoon (1936) with lobed ovoid bowl. No mono. 6.25" long, 1.3" bowl width, 1.1 troy oz. $ 50.
1568-42. Kirk 'Repoussι' Sugar Spoon with lobed ovoid bowl, c.1930-1950. Vertical script mono "LSB". 6.1" long, 1.38" bowl width, 1.05 troy oz. $ 40.
1534-09. Reed & Barton 'La Marquise' Silvergilt Sugar Spoon (1895) with floral decorated bowl and multi-colored enamel highlights. Fancy vertical script mono "G". 6.0" long, 1.44" bowl width, 1.0 troy oz. gross. Some enamel loss and gilding wear. $ 75.
1559-66. Stieff 'Princess' Sugar Spoon (1915) with hand-chased floral decoration and ovoid bowl. No mono. 6.25" long, 1.38" bowl width, 1.6 troy oz. $ 75.
1513-16. Stieff 'Rose' Sugar Spoon with ovoid bowl, c.1925-1950. No mono. 6.0" long, 1.3" bowl width, 1.1 troy oz. $ 40.
1560-04. Towle 'No. 56' Sugar Spoon, c.1880-1890. No mono, script engraved "Toronto" as a souvenir. 5.62" long, 1.3" bowl width, 0.65 troy oz. $ 35.
1551-61. Wendt 'Florentine' Large Sugar Spoon (1870) with lobed ovoid gilt bowl; retailed by Henry Semken of Washington DC. Script mono "AAW" on back of handle. 6.88" long, 1.65" bowl width, 1.2 troy oz. $ 75.
1564-63. Whiting 'Lily' Sugar Spoon (1902) with lobed bowl; retailed by James Mix of Albany NY. 5.88" long, 1.55" bowl width, 1.05 troy oz. Mono erased and sume surface wear. $ 45.
1563-48. Whiting 'No. 1' Silvergilt Sugar Spoon (1885) with lobed bowl. No mono. 6.38" long, 1.25" bowl width, 0.5 troy oz. $ 45.

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Last updated 27 July 2013