This sterling spoon with an Native American motif on the handle is in excellent condition. The sterling spoon was made at Maisel's Indian Trading Post in Albuquerque, New Mexico (c. 1931-1960's). The owner, Morris Maisel sold the products of Native Americans who worked there at his shop. The top of the handle has an eagle and an arrow below. The bowl is engraved with a script Minocqua. Which is a city in Wisconsin. Minocqua is derived from the language of the early inhabitants, the Ojibwe Indians. Supposedly meaning good woman. This spoon is 5 13/16" in length and weighs 19.4 grams of sterling silver.

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Minocqua Wisconsin Native American Sterling Souvenir Spoon


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