This is a 1900's Figural Sterling Souvenir Spoon with Native American Indian on the front of the Handle. He has lots of Feathers in his hair, with (2) coins amidst the Feathers. He is wearing a necklace of Bear / Wild Cat Claws and is wearing a round Medallion in his ear. There are Ears of Corn and a Campfire,Canoe going over a waterfall, the water below, with (3) Arrows and Ears of Corn down the rest of the Handle. It has Ears of corn on the back of the Handle. This Sterling Spoon measures 5 & 1/8" in length. It is clearly marked Sterling and has a makers mark for Manchester Company with their Early Trademark of Birds on either side of a "M". The Gold Washed Bowl is Hand-Engraved and titled "Fisheries Bldg Seattle Wash." The engraved building is very detailed and finely done. It is in great condition.
Antique Sterling Silver, Jewelry, Napkin Rings, Victorian Objects