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Handomely Elegant! Early 20th Century US Navy Silverplated 6" Spoon with Scallop Edge Along the Bowl, in the Standard Regulation Kings Design Pattern with a Naval Fouled Anchor on the Top Front and Monogram USN on the Top Rear of the Handle.

This is a spectacular spoon and truly one-of-a-kind. In over 9 years collecting US Navy dinnerware we have never seen another one like it. There is no manufacturer and we do not know exactly how it was used, but it certainly is a specialty serving piece.


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Antique US Navy Scallop Edge Spoon

One-of-a-Kind - US Navy Spoon with Scalloped Bowl
Only 6" long this spoon with scalloped edge to the bowl is certainly a special type of serving piece, currently unknown! It is in the standard US Navy Kings Design pattern with Fouled Anchor and monogram USN on the top front and rear handle and is part of that collection. Perfect Museum Quality Investor Grade Condition.
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Part of the US Navys Kings Design Set of Silverplated Flatware
Manufacturer and Exact Use is Currently Unknown - But in over 9 years we have never seen another!
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