DescriptionReed & Barton: A PARCEL GILT AMERICAN SILVER LOVE DISARMED PATTERN LARGE BERRY SPOON (Mark of Reed & Barton, Taunton, Massachusetts)
Mark of Reed & Barton, Taunton, Massachusetts, c.1901
Patented on December 5, 1901, this is an outstanding example of the pattern in near-original mint condition, silver flowers creeping into the gilt bowl, cupid clutching the maiden's gown with one hand and an arrow in the other, his mouth opened as if engaged in dialogue, the maiden gazing down at cupid and holding his bow in her hand, with period script monogram reverse of handle, marks include trademark, pat. apped for, sterling, marked reverse of handle
In superb near-mint condition, with dark patina in the recessed areas of the handle.
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