These 7 oversized and heavy, hand wrought spoons, are just great. They are each a little different in that they were hand made and by a few different makers. They are similar in that they are all in the same flatware pattern and made in the same time frame and place - around the 1870's in Vienna, Austria.
The total weight on the spoons is 443.3 grams or 14.25 troy ounces. The spoons on average are 63.32 but they vary somewhat. The spoons are 8 1/2" long by 1 5/8" wide (at the widest point). The condition is very good - just the kind of wear you would expect from antique spoons. They are marked with a silver standard mark which was used starting in 1867. The mark shows the Goddess Diana's head and the number "3" for 800 silver. It also has an "A" for Vienna. There are also maker's marks which show the maker T.S. for 2 of the spoons - J.Z. for 3 and E.S. for 2.
These spoons have great lines and feel great in your hand. If you love the quality of heavy hand made early cutlery you will love these as I do.
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