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Teaspoon (one of a pair)

Pair of spoons having round, upturned handle with mid-rib on front, and elliptical bowls having a drop with finely modeled twelve-lobed shell pattern on back. Some nicks to edge of bowls.

Inscription

None.

Marks

Each spoon is stamped "Z. Brigden" in italics within a shaped cartouche on back of stem.

Provenance

Purchased by Dr. Arthur DuBois Brundidge, a silver collector of Walden, later Northport, New York; died Albuquerque, New Mexico about 1981. To his sisters, Mrs. Pauline Brundidge Feinberg and Miss Louise Brundidge, the donors.

Credit Line

A gift from the collection of Dr. Arthur DuBois Brundidge, Walden N.Y., and Northport, N.Y.

1760

Object Place

Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Accession Number

1981.428

Medium or Technique

Silver

Collections

Americas

Classifications

Silver flatware