Sterling MEDALLION Pattern Spoon

Sterling MEDALLION Pattern Spoon

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Sterling MEDALLION Pattern Spoon
Sterling MEDALLION Pattern Spoon
Sterling MEDALLION Pattern Spoon

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This is a beautiful sterling spoon, measuring 12 3/8" with a 2 1/4" x 3 7/8" bowl, in the very collectible "MEDALLION" pattern. The mark on the back, indicates John Cook, New York as the maker. John Cook worked for William Gale until 1835, then went into business with Theodore Evans. Evans retired in 1868. Gilbert was a prominent N.Y. silver manufacturer from the late 1830's, he obtained a patent in 1867 for a silver medallion flatware pattern, in 1868 he went bankrupt and it is presumed that perhaps Cook bought out his dies. George W. Schiebler eventually bought out Cook. This seems to be the likely history of this particular Medallion pattern - it is in very good condition and would add nicely to those who collect MEDALLION flatware.

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  • Reference #
  • BAR2090
  • Quantity
  • 1
  • Category
  • Metals
  • Department
  • Antiques
  • Year
  • c. 1868
  • Dimensions
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  • Condition
  • very good

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