Tiffany Ice Cream Server
A Tiffany flat server for fish, ice cream, or entree. OK, I will admit, I would rather be served ice cream with this beautiful Tiffany server made in 1892. Richelieu flatware pattern. Beautiful curving design with the traditional Richelieu patterned handle with an imaginative nature design. (reminds me of waves or new growth of a fern in the forest; what do you see in the design?)
6 troy ounces and in great antique condition.
The Mead Family purchased the ladle to be used with the Presentation bowl for grand parties and special family events. We know three generations of stories of this bowl. Considering it was made almost 100 years before it was presented and preserved by the Mead Family it is in excellent condition. The ladle will be combined with the purchase of the Emes Bowl.
Fruit Set of 12
Beautiful Sterling Silver Mother of Pearl handled Fruit Set of 12 place settings. Circa 1855-56 English. Made by the Henry Wilkinson&Co. which was an important Sheffield manudfactor. The engraved design on both sides of the forks and knives is beautifully rendered. Knives 8 inches long and forks are 6 3/4 inches long. They are in excellent condition.
Hand Wrought Baby Spoons
Handwrought by Ruth Rhoten
Ruth Rhoten discovered over the years of making the Baby Spoon that the mothers are often forgotten when a new baby arrives. Ruth made this spoon especially for the mother to feed the baby. She has been told that it is the perfect shape and angle to easily feed the baby.
Once the baby has grown out of the spoon, the mother has her own coffee or tea spoon. A perfect gift for Mother and baby that they will both discover over the years.
6 inches long by 1 inch bowl at spoon.
Hand Wrought Baby Spoon
maker: Ruth Rhoten
This beautiful baby spoon design has been
tried out by many babies over the last 30 years.
It has become to be known as the Ruf Spoon, Rut Spoon, Root Spoon, or some other derivative of Ruth.
Baby finds it easy to use for either right or left hand.
Initials or Name can be hand engraved on the handle of the spoon. (extra charge)
4 inches long by 1.5 inches wide at the bowl of the spoon.