Posted 11 months ago
About 9" long, and quite light! Wonderful artwork...and VERY durable! Also...fearing it would tarnished easily, and beinga wedding present by the decedent of The Wool Rich clothing founder...I requested a jeweler Platinum coat it - and he accidentally silver plated it...so 'polishing I must' I thought...but it's not so bad. Then I began to get curious about it's origin...it's history, it's maker, what it is made of?! And, what a rabbit hole that was! I got close after two days...It's Russian...old...and even got close to the maker...however I never found anything like it online. So I thought it would be fun for the 'in crowd' herein to peruse it's beauty, and maybe I will be able to learn some things about it! It is the best cereal spoon, in History - I am certain of that! A digression, if I may? My camera Just went on the fritz after the J. Wiss & Sons corrugated cutter, and I'll get some better pics asap. Also, not understanding it's material..I'm categorizing it as a Sterling Flatware.