This beautiful sterling silver spoon looks like a souvenir spoon that was never etched with a location. It is a small bowl spoon like a demitasse and the bowl has a light gold wash. The handle is beautiful depiction of an old miner holding a gold pan that appears to have a few nuggets in it. The detail ids very nice from the smiling face with a beard to the folds and creases in his clothes. It looks like he’s leaning on a shovel. Just below his feet is a very tiny banner that reads; Lucky Strike. The back of the handle is also detailed. It is marked Sterling and it also has a triangular hallmark of a maker that I have not yet identified.
It measures about 4 1/8” long and is in very nice condition with minimal wear.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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