Towle Sterling Silver Bon Bon Candy Serving Spoon 1931 Symphony Pattern 4-7/8”

Towle Sterling Silver Bon Bon Candy Serving Spoon 1931 Symphony Pattern 4-7/8”

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Towle Sterling Silver Bon Bon Candy Serving Spoon 1931 Symphony Pattern 4-7/8”
Towle Sterling Silver Bon Bon Candy Serving Spoon 1931 Symphony Pattern 4-7/8”
Towle Sterling Silver Bon Bon Candy Serving Spoon 1931 Symphony Pattern 4-7/8”
Towle Sterling Silver Bon Bon Candy Serving Spoon 1931 Symphony Pattern 4-7/8”

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Weighs 23.95 g / 15.4 dwt / 0.77 ozt Company name: Towle Pattern name: Symphony Piece: Bon bon spoon Date introduced: 1931 Metal: Sterling silver Condition: Pre-owned This sterling silver Symphone pattern by Towle is pretty with piercings of the bowl that resemble holiday cheer. Picture it on a hand-tatted doilie on a side buffet next to a plate of fancy chocolates or other favorite candies. Towle, a leader in manufacturing sterling silver, has been creating treasures in flatware for over 300 years. William Moulton II left Hampton, NH where he grew up in 1682. He eventually settled in Newburyport, MA where he learned silversmithing and began a line of six consecutive generations of skilled silversmiths. The Towle flatware company remains a leader in the manufacture of flatware, hollowware, ornaments, accessories, etc. in a multitude of lovely patterns.

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