This wonderful early 19th century horn spoon is signed on the back by the maker or owner. There is wear to the base of the letters, but I believe the name is I.S. Moe or J.S. Moe. The spoon is almost 7" long, and the bowl about 2-1/8" wide. There are no cracks or breaks, but there is a small chip on the interior surface of the front of the bowl, and 2 small chips on the back surface of the bowl. All 3 chips (or indentations) are very shallow and unconnected to each other. I was unable to photograph them.
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