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Silver Spoons149 of 371dont know if its antiqueHeart shaped with Dec 1900 stamp
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    Posted 6 years ago

    RonnieB.
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    I found this 4-5 inch spoon at a junk store years ago and I was captivated by it. It seems to have some Egyptian influence, maybe. There are wings on the back and front, a figure of a person on the handle wearing a crown, a forked branch in the bowl with either flowers or clovers on it. The very top of the handle has a swastika symbol. The back has a raised cross symbol, then W.R. and then another symbol, could be a jar or an arrowhead. Just curious about it.

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    1. NoraTheTreasureHuntress NoraTheTreasureHuntress, 6 years ago
      The maker is William Rogers Limited from New York & Connecticut. The W.R. keystone mark was used on medium grade hollow ware and half plate flatware. Mark was used approximately 1894 to 1929 when sold to Oneida. These were "Good Luck" spoons and the swastika is a good fortune symbol and prior to a Nazi association.

      Here is a link for you to matches to your spoon:
      https://www.pinterest.com/pin/349943833523161019/

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