S. Kirk & Son Sterling Silver Demitasse Spoon Stieff Rose Pattern 4-1/8”
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Weighs 12.6 g / 8.1 dwt / 0.41 ozt Company name: S.Kirk & Son/Stieff Pattern name: Stieff Rose Piece: Demitasse spoon Metal: Sterling silver Condition: Pre-owned Samuel Kirk and son is now part of Stieff Silver, and this Repoussee pattern was introduced in the late 1880’s. It was in the year 1861 that Samuel Kirk’s two younger sons, Charles and Clarence joined their father and older brother, Henry in the family firm for seven years. Their firm, The House of Samuel Kirk, was well known in Baltimore Maryland as a company that made beautiful sterling silver hollowware and flatware. Mr. Kirk was a silversmith of Quaker ancestry which gave him a strong work ethic and an eye for detail. Both of his parents were silversmiths who were distinguished in their field of work in England. The Stieff Company of Baltimore, Maryland, is no longer in business, and during its productive years it included Schofield, Samuel Kirk and Son, Kirk-Stieff, and the Baltimore Sterling Silver Company. Whereas the Stieff Company eventually evolved into a jewelry and pewter company as well as a sterling flatware company, it was originally the creator of beautiful sterling silver flatware patterns that graced the tables of many people. Today Lifetime Sterling owns the Stieff patterns. This particular pattern, Stieff Rose, is still produced in a limited amount.
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