These six fine coin silver fruit spoons are marked for the workshop of Samuel Kirk and Son, Baltimore, Maryland, from 1846 to 1861. The mark "10.15" refers to the standard of purity, which was .846 from 1830 to the late 1860s. (Rainwater, "Encyclopedia of American Silver Manufacturers," ©1975.) The spoons measure 5-3/4 in length and weigh a total of 3.7 ounces. Of plain design, the terminals are monogrammed "HW" in a lovely flowing script.
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