Towle Old Lace Sterling Silver Solid Serving Spoon
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Weighs 73.09 g / 47.01 dwt / 2.35 ozt Length: 8-1/2 inches Pattern: Old Lace Made of Sterling Silver No Monogram Condition: Pre-owned This sterling silver tablespoon was made by Towle and the pattern is Old Lace. This pattern was issued from 1939-2009. It is in very good condition with some wear, typical of estate silver.
The history of Towle Silversmiths is unique. In 1682 William Moulton II (1664-1732) departed his home, a family farm in Hampton, New Hampshire. He traveled to and eventually settled near the Merrimac River near Newbury, Massachusetts. Newbury eventually became known as Newburyport. Several years later in 1690, William attempted silversmithing. He was the first to attempt this in Newbury, and subsequently gained the title of the first silversmith in a long lineage of craftsmen. Six consecutive generations of Moulton silversmiths followed. Towle Silversmiths represents centuries of silversmithing without interruption on the banks of the Merrimac River in Newburyport.
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