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Vintage Lot of 9 Sterling Silver Teaspoons made by Dominick and Haff Silversmiths in 1930

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Vintage lot of 9 sterling silver teaspoons made by Dominick and Haff Silversmiths in 1930. The spoons are known as "Five O'clock" teaspoons in the "Contempura" pattern. The spoon handles are in the Art Deco style design by Eleici Saarinen and are in stylized representation of the Chrysler Building in New York City.

The spoons are in very good condition, show almost no usage, are marked on back "Sterling" and also with the Dominick & Haff maker's mark. The spoons are monogrammed with the letter "M" on the handle.

Dominick & Haff was a high end silverware manufacturing company in New York City from 1868 to 1928 and produced a large variety of high quality silverware. They merged with Reed and Barton of Taunton, Mass. in 1928. The merged company continued producing both sterling and silver plated products and also produced the Olympic medals for the Atlantic Summer Olympics in 1996. Reed and Barton operations were sold through bankruptcy auction to the Lenox Company in 2015.

The size of the spoons is 5 1/4 inches long by 1 1/8 inches wide at the bowl and 5/16 inch wide at end of handle.

# 17-157
Vintage lot of 9 sterling silver teaspoons made by Dominick and Haff Silversmiths in 1930. The spoons are known as "Five O'clock" teaspoons in the "Contempura" pattern. The spoon handles are in the Art Deco style design by Eleici Saarinen and are in stylized representation of the Chrysler Building in New York City.

The spoons are in very good condition, show almost no usage, are marked on back "Sterling" and also with the Dominick & Haff maker's mark. The spoons are monogrammed with the letter "M" on the handle.

Dominick & Haff was a high end silverware manufacturing company in New York City from 1868 to 1928 and produced a large variety of high quality silverware. They merged with Reed and Barton of Taunton, Mass. in 1928. The merged company continued producing both sterling and silver plated products and also produced the Olympic medals for the Atlantic Summer Olympics in 1996. Reed and Barton operations were sold through bankruptcy auction to the Lenox Company in 2015.

The size of the spoons is 5 1/4 inches long by 1 1/8 inches wide at the bowl and 5/16 inch wide at end of handle.

# 17-157

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Vintage Lot of 9 Sterling Silver Teaspoons made by Dominick and Haff Silversmiths in 1930

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  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Material: Sterling Silver
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