H. P. Elias American Coin Silver Tablespoon - Fiddleback Handle

Henry P. Elias was a silversmith, jeweler and watchmaker working during the mid-1800's in the Cincinnati, Ohio, area. He was later associated with H. P. Elias and Brothers.

The term coin silver usually refers to the silver flatware and hollow-ware made before 1870. The silver content is less than that of sterling silver which contains 92.5% silver; coin silver containing 90% silver.

This wonderful large tablespoon, circa 1855, has an up-turned tip'd pinched fiddle-back handle, long pointed shoulders and oval pointed bowl. It has the the original owners initials "A M C" monogrammed on the handle. Not stamped "coin" it is stamped "H P Elias" in a rectangle. Wonderful vintage condition with minor bowl bruising. The tablespoon measures 8 1/2" in length and weighs 2 ounces. There are two (2) identical tablespoons available for sale; prices individually. Great early serving spoons.

Item ID: RL0001932

$135 USD ea.

Quantity available: 2
Add to Wish List

Only 2 available, and another shopper is interested. Don't miss out!

Brys Antiques

Ronald Bry, Oregon, IL   

SERIOUS OFFERS will always be considered. LAY-A-WAY plan is available.

Ruby Lane Shop Rating
Platinum Rating Platinum
Exclusive Ruby Lane Member since 2003

Great Selection and Reasonable Prices creates a pleasant shopping experience.

Shipping/Handling:To Be Determined
Insurance:$3.65 USD

Price for shipping to USA change location

Estimate shipping to a different location: