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Posted 4 years ago


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this spoon is driving me crazy.
i cant find anything about this spoon. i found it in a abandoned house.

Front: smooth bowl with no art, goes up to something like roots with a leaf pointing to the top. lines going to top of spoon, looks like some type of pillar. in the middle is a flower with leafs around it. top is flower reef hanging towards the bowl of spoon. 3 different flowers on top of pillar.

Back: on back of bowl is alot of flowers wraping from the middle going up (sharp detail). crown in middle of in with 925/1000 (lower part of crown warn off. Roots again, in middle is a very designed J. goes to boxed [>Sterling<][>PAT. 1898<] 4 leafs stretching up goes smooth with trim around the edge. Engraved D K W. 2 branches hanging on side with ribbon in middle with faded LT. top has flowers around top with rose at top.

personaly, i was suprised on how sharp alot of the artwork is. most spoons before the 1900's are warn down or faded.
I would like to know anything about this creative piece. history, where it could have been made, the value (not selling, would like to know true value) what DKW means.
I would GREATLY apreciate any information.

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  1. Sharon Rose, 4 years ago
    I found the exact same ornate spoon among my mother's silver and believe it was her Norwegian mother's, my grandmother. I too have not been able to find anything about the silversmith or the pattern name. If I do, I'll contact you this way and ask that you do the same. Stay well, Sharon
  2. Sharon Rose, 4 years ago
    Okay, it's by Towle, sterling, Patent 1898, Pattern name is Georgian
    Value appx. $60.00
  3. miKKoChristmas11 miKKoChristmas11, 4 years ago
    if you wish to add to your collection, be sure and specify that you require the earlier edition - it is much finer.
  4. shakervintage, 4 years ago
    I have this spoon as well. I purchased it in New Orleans approximately 6 years ago. It is inscribed on the front bowl: "Bena 1901". I have had a difficult time finding out the manufacturere. As yours it is 925/1000, Sterling, Pat. 1898. Maybe inscribed as a wedding present?? Appears that it maybe a rare pattern??

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