Knowles 1881 Rose Bug Sterling Casserole Serving SpoonKnowles 1881 Rose Bug Sterling Casserole Serving SpoonKnowles 1881 Rose Bug Sterling Casserole Serving SpoonKnowles 1881 Rose Bug Sterling Casserole Serving SpoonKnowles 1881 Rose Bug Sterling Casserole Serving SpoonKnowles 1881 Rose Bug Sterling Casserole Serving Spoon

The Knowles Sterling Company introduced the Rose pattern in 1881. It is also known as Bug because of the Japanese beetle at the base of the handle. It is a beautiful and highly sought after pattern with raised flowers on a stippled background. The scalloped bowl features a spray of flowers and leaves. This is known as a casserole spoon at one national matching service. It is 8 1/2" long compared to the shorter Berry spoon which is 8 1/4" in length. The spoon is in excellent condition with no dings, dents, or repairs. The bowl has a matte or butler finish and has a faded gold wash. It weighs 2.5 troy oz. and is monogrammed B on the reverse. It is marked with the retailer's name, Wm Wise & Son, and Sterling. The spoon does not have the Knowles factory hallmark but certainly is the Rose/Bug pattern. This is not a recast piece. We have been in business for 30 years. Your satisfaction is guaranteed. Please e-mail us with any questions.

Item ID: RL-0001572

Knowles 1881 Rose Bug Sterling Casserole Serving Spoon

$225 USD

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