Antique Sterling Mackinac Island Signed Estate Souvenir Spoon
This gorgeous antique Victorian or Edwardian era spoon is made of sterling silver with a design of a famous Michigan landmark. At the top of the handle, it has a Native American Indian chief head, below that is a design of Sugar Loaf. The bowl reads ISLAND OF MACKINAC with a very detailed design of Arch Rock - there is even a little sail boat "framed" by Arch Rock. It is a demitasse size spoon and would be perfect to use for sugar, jelly, jam, or whatever. It measures about 4" long by about 13/16" across the bowl. The weight is about 8.6 grams. It is marked STERLING and signed with the maker's mark of ALVIN. Good antique condition and we haven't polished it. You will love this!!!
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