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BID DATE:
06/01/2020 09:05 PM
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LARGE TIFFANY & CO STERLING SPOON WITH POUCH

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Age: More than 80 years old.

Size: 12 ⅞” Long, 2 ½’ Wide

Composition: Sterling, Cloth

Rating: 8

Comments: This Tiffany & Co branded Large spoon has oak leaf designs with some surface ribbing to help grip and a small bottom nub to prevent it sliding into the tray or bowl. The item is marked “Tiffany & Co, Sterling and Pat 1909” on the bottom and does have some light surface tarnishing and minor surface scratching. It also comes with a Tiffany branded cloth carrying case that protects the spoon from tarnish or scratching.

The total weight for the spoon is 7.58oz

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