This is a 5" Sterling Souvenir Spoon with an "Indian Chief Warrior on the handle. In the Bowl of this Spoon, it has an engraving of The State Capitol of Harrisburg PA." This Spoon dares from around the 1900's. It is a Great little demitasse Spoon that depicts a Very Serious Looking Indian Warrior with a Tomahawk on the Handle. He is wearing a full headdress, has long streaming hair with a Head band and is wearing a Necklace with Beading and a tooth or claw hanging from it. He is wearing a strip around his waist and has a long piece of material hanging down from his waist. He is wearing Moccasins on his feet. He is standing on a old twisted Tree and there is a Column with Arrows placed in it. On the back of the spoon, it has the back of the Tomahawk, a Warrior's Shield with Horse's Hair coming out of the center and has some Feathers around it. It looks like there is a Mountain Range and there are (3) different looking weapons down the Spoon as well as a Beaded Rope that surrounds most of the Spoon. It is marked with the early Trademark for Payne & Baker Sterling. It has a gold Wash on the front and the back of the Spoon. It is great condition, other than a little pen point mark on the back of the Bowl.
Antique Sterling Silver, Jewelry, Napkin Rings, Victorian Objects