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iconnumber posted 10-17-2004 12:47 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for RobinPickles     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
hello... I have a 7 Gold Spoons marked T & CO STG. THey are monogramed in the spoon part 1874-1924 with a C. I know the monogram stands for Anne Cunningham, who was the Grand Daughter of General Pershing. These have a flowers on the tops, and each are different.

Can anyone help me out, with what these are? This is a part of a Whole case of silver that I found while going thru my decesed husbands things.... even a web site recomendation of how to figure out what I have would be of great help.. THANKS!


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iconnumber posted 10-17-2004 03:38 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for William Hood     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote

It sounds as if your spoons are seven of the twelve demitasse spoons Tiffany made in a not-full-line pattern called "Floral." Each is 3 15/16 to 4 1/8 inches long. They are marked T. & Co. / STG. See the book by Hood, Berlin and Wawrynek, Tiffany Silver Flatware, 1845-1905: When Dining Was an Art (Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antique Collectors' Club, 2000; reprinted 2003) for a picture (p. 266, Fig. 393). The caption identifies each flower in the set. Most of these spoons have gilding limited to the bowls. I gather that your spoons are totally gilded, which is unusual. I happened to see such a set recently in the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, and it was quite beautiful.

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iconnumber posted 10-17-2004 04:34 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for RobinPickles     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Hi and thanks William..

yes, these are golden from the bowl to the flower.. they are in good shape.. no dings dents or anything.. just some darkening from being old.. I guess... hummm.. thanks very much for the info! =)


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