DUTCH SOLID SILVER MONKEY SPOON STRAINER SERVING SPOON Holland Netherlands 1900s
A Dutch solid silver structure "monkey spoon"/strainer. Pierced oval bowl with a short, belt-form stem, which decorated with applied bowknot. Terminal decorated with a die-cast cherub which holding a flower-form cymbal in each hand, please see and inspect all photos. There is an old soldering between bowl and a stem. Marked to the stem front: "Minerva head" for assay office; tiny "rectangular punch" to stem underside - unreadable. Marked to bowl interior: script Gothic date letter - unreadable, please see photos with a red arrow. Made in the Netherlands/Holland, late 19th.
Century or in 1900's. Photos will tell you more.
Weight: 0.79 troy oz. Dark spots you are seeing, are reflections of a camera and other objects. Commensurate with age, the condition is very good. 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.
- Composition: 833 Silver, 833/1000 Silver Purity
- Maker: Unidentified
- Type: Monkey Spoon, Serving Spoon, Strainer, Flatware
- Age: 1850-1899
- Country of Origin: Holland, Netherlands
- Region: Continental Europe
- Brand: Unbranded
- Style: Baroque