DescriptionTWO SILVER GORHAM ROUND BOWL SOUVENIR SPOONS, NEW ORLEANS AND RHODE ISLAND
Mark of Gorham, Providence, Rhode Island, c.1900
Two cast bowl spoons, New Orleans spoon depicts statue of Jackson in bowl, finial formed as crescent moon around flower or cotton, reverse of handle retailer stamped "A.B. GRISWOLD & CO"; Rhode Island spoon depicts a scene of settlers greeting an Indian captioned "What Cheer 1636", handle surmounted by anchor, reverse of bowl monogrammed and dated "Mar. 25 '91", marked reverse of handles
the longest, 5.25in.
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