1900's Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoon Figural Indian " Granville Idaho" .1900's Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoon Figural Indian " Granville Idaho" .1900's Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoon Figural Indian " Granville Idaho" .1900's Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoon Figural Indian " Granville Idaho" .

This is a 1900's Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoon that is a "Full Figured 3D Indian" from " Granville Idaho". The Bowl is hand engraved with "Granville Idaho" in it. This Great Figural 3D Spoon is marked Sterling and has the Watson Pennant Trademark. This is a very Detailed Full Figured Indian Souvenir Spoon that measures 5 3/8" in length. This Indian has a Headdress filled with Feathers and has a leather band around his forehead. He has (2) Long braids along with his long straight hair, He is wearing a necklace with a Medallion hanging from it. He has a Long Bow that he is holding out in front of him. He has something crossed over his body that is holding the Shield on his back or holding a Quiver of Arrows. He has a Cloth hanging from his waist that has tassels hung from it and he is wearing Moccasins. He is standing on a Column Pedestal with a climbing Vine growing around it. On the back of the handle the Indian has a whole bunch of Feathers and has a Shield on his back and then shows the back of his legs. He is standing on a Column Pedestal with a climbing Vine growing around it on the back of the handle as well. This Souvenir Spoon is in great condition.

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1900's Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoon Figural Indian " Granville Idaho" .

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