American Coin Silver Serving - Sauce Spoon Montpelier Vermont 1830 – 1838
This is a lovely coin silver serving spoon, also referred to as a sauce spoon is engraved J K made by Ira S. Town of Montpelier Vermont. In an early advertisement they stated silver work of every description manufactured to order on short notice. They were in business between 1830 to 1838.
Reference Guide used: Rainwater, "Encyclopedia of American Silver Manufacturers," ©1986.
DIMENSIONS: 8 5/8” long
CONDITION: Slight wear to the top edge. I have lightly polished it but polishing silver is not my way to zen so it could stand another polishing.