This is a beautiful sterling silver sugar spoon, made in the Kings Pattern by Dominick & Haff from 1880. The bowl of this spoon has a lovely scalloped edge. There is a monogram engraved on the handle of this spoon. The King and Queen patterns were introduced in the early nineteenth century. The King pattern, exhibiting shells and scrolls, became the most popular pattern over the last 150 years. This spoon is in very good condition. It weighs just over 1 troy ounce and is 6 inches in length.Domestic: Flat-rate of $10.95 to anywhere within the contiguous U.S.International: Foreign shipping rates are determined by destination.Location: This item ships from California
Dominick and Haff was founded in New York in 1872. Soon afterwards, it garnered a reputation as a pioneering creator of silver wares. The company’s success allowed it to acquire the assets of other manufacturers, including the dies of Adam & Shaw, in 1880. The firm was sold to Reed & Barton in 1928. Among its notable silver patterns are Century, Labors of Cupid, English Antique, and Rococo.
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