A Dutch solid silver structure bonbon/nut serving spoon/ladle/strainer. Handle decorated with scrolls and flowers. Terminal decorated with a windmill with rotating blades.Ruffled and pierced bowl beautifully decorated with scrolls, a fishing boat and a Dutch village scene. Please look and inspect all the photos. Marked on windmill blade: "Roman sword" mark for. Marked on windmill house: "Minerva A" mark for assayer office city of Amsterdam. Marked into bowl interior: V.
833/1000 silver purity; "Key" mark is a duty restitution mark upon export. Please see photos with blue arrows. Made in the Netherlands/Holland, ca. 1916 Pictures will tell you more.Weight: 0.94 troy oz. Thick-walled, heavy for it size. Minor tarnish/patina into ornaments what is not a defect. Dark and bright spots you are seeing, are reflections of a camera and other objects. Commensurate with age, the condition is excellent. Rare for its pattern, maker mark and overall condition. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Non-U. The seller is "anyfr8" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
833/1000 Silver Purity