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For sale is a silverplate souvenir spoon in the 1908 "Brides Bouquet" pattern manufactured by Alvin Mfg. The designer of this pattern is Frederick Habensack. The spoon measures 6 inches long. The bowl of the spoon is engraved "Cincinnati". The back of the spoon is marked "Alvin" and "Patent".

The Alvin Manufacturing Company was founded in 1886 by William H. Jamouneau in Irvington, New Jersey. The company moved to Sag Harbor, Long Island in 1895 and later changed its name to the Alvin Silver Co. in 1919. The Alvin Silver Manufacturing Company was known for making not only fine sterling silver flatware, but also for its hollow-ware and toilet ware. The Gorham company of Providence, Rhode Island acquired the Alvin Company’s dies and patterns in 1928.

There is some wear to the spoon but in general it is in good condition. Please see photos for condition details and don't hesitate to ask questions. Thanks for looking!

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Cincinnati Souvenir Spoon Alvin Mfg Silver Plate 1908 "Brides Bouquet" Pattern

$20.00 USD
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  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Material: silver plate
  • Feedback: 223 reviews
  • Only ships within United States.