This is quite a beautiful antique show spoon made in Helsingoer, Seeland, Denmark, in 1741. This spoon was exported to Germany, hence the stamp "Germany" on the back side of the handle, near the bowl of the spoon. The regular hallmarks are seen on the left bottom of the bowl rim. The top of the handle shows a shepherd playing a flute, calling his goats. The bowl of the spoon depicts figures and animals in a farm scene with a windmill, trees and a cart. The spoon bowl has a mildly crimped rim. The handle has a twisted rope pattern. All intricately carved and beautifully done! See photos for more details.
DIMENSIONS: length--9" (22.8 cm)
CONDITION: excellent; no dents or damage
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Antique Danish Silver show spoon, 1741, Helsingoer, Seeland
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