This beautifully hand-chased and highly decorative sugar spoon measures 6 7/8 inches long, and the bowl is 1 1/2 inches wide. The back of the handle is signed "Titcomb." It is also marked "Coin." The condition is excellent. There are no dents, warps, wrinkles, or other problems. The back of the handle has been engraved in a lovely script with the initials "CMR." The maker, Albert Titcomb, was born in 19802 in Newburyport, Mass, but spent much of his professional life as a silversmith in Bangor, ME. He died there after 1890. This spoon is believed to have been made between 1846 and 1880. Titcomb was listed in the Bangor Directory at the West end of the Kenduskeag Bridge, as a silversmith, watchmaker, and jeweler. This item weighs 28.9 grams.
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