Duhme & Co. was an active purveyor and manufacturer of silver in Cincinnati, Ohio from 1843 to 1893. The Lily pattern was produced circa 1884 are described in detail in the book Cincinnati Silver 1788-1940 by Dehan. It is a beautiful example of their bright cut engraved patterns. This is the Dessert spoon typical of the period. It is 8" long and marked on the back with the factory mark shown. The spoon is in excellent condition with no dings, dents, or bends. It is monogrammed Flora on the back of the handle. The price is for one and you can buy up to the number remaining. We have the matching Lily tea and oval soup spoons from this service as well as other fine examples of Cincinnati silver in our shop right now. We are offering free shipping on this item. We have been in business for 30 years. Your satisfaction is guaranteed. Please e-mail us with any questions.