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What type of spoon is this?

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Kelly




Joined: 05 Apr 2008
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Location: New York City

Posted: 19/04/2008 
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This is a William Wilson and Son sterling spoon with a gilt bowl. It is 6.75" in length. Does anyone know what type of spoon it is? Sugar? Jelly? Berry? Thanks for the help.
Also, is there a website that shows the different forms of 19th century flatware? I did find a book called Silver Flatware Dictionary by Osterberg and Smith. Thanks.

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