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Silverware, Sugar Spoon, Panama Pattern, from 1915

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Sweet little sugar spoon in the Associated Silver/Yourex pattern called "Panama" from 1915. This pattern is very lovely and graceful, and was probably introduced to commemorate either the completion of the Panama Canal, in 1914, or San Francisco's "Panama Pacific International Exposition," the official title of the 1915 World's Fair. The design is very celebratory, with a motif of ribbons on the handle. Ribbons and a solid ring make a cartouche on the handle for monogramming.

Is this your pattern? I have forks!
http://www.etsy.com/listing/78254122/antique-forks-panama-pattern-set-of-7

In very good condition for age, with some general fine over all scratches and wear. Bowl of spoon has more scratches and some tiny spots. Back of spoon has a small amount of plate loss from resting.

Looking for ideas to use these pretty things in your crafts? How about a mobile or wind chimes? Or stamp or paint words on the handles and stick them, tines down in the garden as garden markers? Make them into jewelry, or as drawer pulls for your kitchen cabinets! Endless possibilities!

About 6 inches long.

Because of the vintage, well worn nature of silverplate, all silverplate is sold as is.

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Rene Ramos

Silverware, Sugar Spoon, Panama Pattern, from 1915

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Materials: silverplate, metal
  • Feedback: 951 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
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