This magnificent Trumpeting Angel Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoons was made by Mechanics Sterling Co., the flatware branch of Watson, Newell Co., North Attleboro, Mass. The angel looks similar to the boy Trumpeting Angel found in St. Peter's Square in Vatican City in Rome, having the same Baroque style. There are two bells hanging above the angel. The entire front and back of the handle is intricately decorated.
This spoon is engraved "MLR" on the inside of the bowl. The stamp on the back is an "H" which appears as a raised square, in an elongated pennant; along with the word "Sterling". The length is 6", the width of the bowl is 1 1/8". The weight is 32 grams. They are in excellent condition.
This would make a wonder gift for any spoon collector!
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