Arthur Stone 4 Sterling Silver Decorated Iced Tea Spoons, Gardner, MA, 1912-37
These 4 elegant spoons have a beautiful, slender handles with beautifully pierced and chased scenes of foliage and a flower that Stone called "Coneflower." The graceful curves and elongated bowls are quite lovely.
These wonderful spoons are marked with Stone's trademark along with 'STERLING' and the 'B' for Charles W. Brown, a spoonmaker working from 1912-37. (Brown was only one of eight silversmiths who received the designation of 'Medalist' from the Society of Arts & Crafts in Boston – it's highest award). They measure 7.75 inches long, weigh a combined 3.70 troy ounces, and are in excellent antique condition.
You may also like
Subscribe to our Newsletter
Sign up to get the latest updates and current musings in our occasional newsletter…