Eleven (11) pieces Continental Silver flatware including French Art Nouveau and Hanau or Dutch figural spoons. 1st item: Large Continental Serving spoon, Dutch or Hanau, early 19th century, with gilt bowl and figural caryatid handle of a woman with sword surmounted by a phoenix and the back with figural coat of arms, single hallmark (partially rubbed). 8" L. 2nd item: Smaller and later Northern European spoon with caryatid handle of woman holding crown, coat of arms en verso, marked .800 silver. 6" L. 3rd item: French Art Nouveau silver serving fork with gilt tines, hollow handle with repousse flower and vine decoration and Minerva head mark. 10" L. 4th and 5th items: Dutch .833 silver ornamental fork and spoon with repousse scenes of domestic life to bowls, pierced handles and figural ends depicting pipers. 8" L. 6th item: Dutch "Windmill" souvenir spoon with spinning blades, openwork handle, scene of revelry on bowl. 4 1/2" L. 7th-11th items: Five (5) apostle spoons with figural ends, twist handles, and foliate scroll decorated bowls, unmarked. Likely silverplated. 4 1/4" L. Combined weight (excluding Apostle spoons and hollow handled fork) is 10.53 oz troy. All items except apostle spoons likely .800 or better. CONDITION: All items overall very good condition with some light to moderate wear.
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