A Dutch die-cast solid silver structure serving spoon. Plain, oval bowl with lattice stem decorated with scrolls and masks. Terminal decorated with four-blade windmill. Please look and inspect all the photos.
Hallmarked to one of the windmill blades: "Roman sword" mark for 833 silver; Hallmarked to windmill house: "Profile" with letter "M" for Schoonhoven assay office; Hallmarked to the bowl: script Gothic date letter "S" for 1902; "Lion passant 2" for. 833/1000 silver purity and "Key" mark for export. Hallmarked to underside: "Crowned shield" with two "xx"; Letter "H" with "dot" in the middle for Schoonhovense Zilverfabrik; "Shield" and "H13" - unidentified. Made in Schoonhoven, Netherlands, ca.
1902 Photos will tell you more. Weight: 1.77 troy oz. Clean, free of dings, dents and blemishes. Dark spots you are seeing, are reflections of a camera and other objects.
Commensurate with age, the condition is excellent. 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.