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1890's: Romantic & Ornate Sterling " Richmond Virginia " Souvenir Spoon by Silversmith George Shiebler
George W. Shiebler was a noted American Silversmith of New York.George founded the company in 1876,was incorporated in 1892 and was out of business by 1907.In 1907 not only did he sell his company to Gorham but also went to work for them as a silver designer until his death in 1920.While researching him and his company ,I must say George designed some of the most beautiful silverware patterns I have ever viewed. If you have the time or are looking to invest in some fine sterling silverware you should really check out some of his work. A skilled craftsman and a outstanding American Silversmith, George has left us with treasured pieces to share and admire for generations to come.This lovely silver souvenir spoon has been gracefully inscribed with Richmond Vir.in the bowl.Trailing up the handle is deep carved vine with flowers and leaves, which ends with a feathered arrow shaped finial.Fully marked with the company's winged logo with a S .STERLING and E.L. Everett ( which I can not figure into this equation what so ever,or find any listing of ). Measures 4 1/2" long.What a pleasant way to remind her of you with every STIRRING moment!
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Julie Sorensen, Clearwater, FL
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