Salt spoons are the smallest pieces of silverware in any set, and the detail of the pattern is as good on these tiny sterling pieces as on the full size flatware. Wallace introduced the Grand Baroque pattern in 1941, a really ornate pattern which has continued to remain popular through the years. This diminutive individual sterling silver salt spoon measures only 2-1/2" long, and is marked in an elongated cartouche on the reverse, "Wallace Sterling". If you're a collector of salt spoons, you know how hard it is to find certain patterns. If you're a doll collector and want your favorite doll to eat in high society, let her use one of these spoons. Either way, it's a wonderful feeling to find a pattern that appeals to you or the one you've been hunting for awhile! This one's in fine condition with no monograms. Thank you for looking.
Item ID: RL-1440
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