The Manchester Silver Co., Providence, RI, was founded in 1887 under the name W. H. Manchester & Co. Changed to Baker-Manchester Mfg. Co. from 1904-1914. In 1985 it was sold to J. C. Boardman Co.
This lovely sterling silver sugar shell is the "Daffodil" pattern introduced in 1904. A gorgeous pattern on both the front and back with raised daffodil flowers and leaves on handle and scroll decorations on the bowl of the spoon. Stamped "Sterling" and the Manchester hallmark of an "M" within a shield flanked by two birds. The sugar shell measures 5 1/2" in length and weighs .570 ounce. Lovely piece in near mint condition with nice patina.
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