1907 Geometric Silver-Plated Casserole Serving Spoon

1907 Geometric Silver-Plated Casserole Serving Spoon


Known as the Monarch Plate Two pattern from 1907, this serving spoon has a very unique shape intended for easy scooping and serving. The bowl of the spoon is shell-like and swells to a greater diameter towards the bowl tip, and has angled corner shoulders at the drop of the spoon. The handle is outlined by an oblong egg and dart pattern that points towards the terminal, which boasts a geometric pattern topped with a diamond atop a rectangular shape. Perfectly functional as it is beautiful, use this spoon for everyday meals and special occasions alike.

  • Maker: National Silver Company

  • Material: Silverplate

  • Epoch: 1907

  • Dimensions: Approx. 8.5” long

  • Procurement: Ypsilanti, Michigan

  • Origin: Taunton, Massachusetts

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