Love mismatched flatware? Then check out our set of six classic antique silver serving spoons for your next family gathering!
The three matching serving spoons are coin grade silver marked 'Stodder and Frobisher,' from the Acanthus pattern, with fiddle handle and chamfered shoulders and engraved with the initials 'MBS' or 'MB.'
This silver maker (Stodder and Frobisher) was located in Boston and these pieces date from 1815-1825. The serving spoons are also marked 6-8, 10-12, 11-12. (ONE of these serving spoons sold for $222 on eBay!)
The gravy or sauce ladle is also made by Stodder and Frobisher in the same pattern as mentioned above.
The fifth serving spoon is marked 'Community Silver Triple Plate' and engraved with the letter 'D'' on the handle.
Lastly, the formal and ornate shell spoon or berry spoon is marked 'Wm Rogers & Son AA' is a heavy and substantial silver plate in good condition in a sunflower themed pattern.
Use for Sunday dinners, weddings, holidays, or everyday! Join the mismatched dining trend - collect pieces you love and mix it up!
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- Listing is for all six pieces: four are coin grade silver and two are silver plate, all heavy and substantial.
All spoons are in excellent condition considering age. None have been cleaned or polished to preserve the authentic patina of age.
- Material: coin silver, silver plate
- Color: silver
- Dimensions: varies - 6.5" for ladle to 8.5" for berry spoon