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Hand Stamped Christmas spoons. Set of 6 believe, dream, joy, love, peace, and wish will delight your family and guests. Darling for stirring coffee or tea at a holiday breakfast. You could use them in your garden if you like too.

Vintage silver plated spoons have been giving a new life by hand stamping each letter into the metal.

The spoons wear their history which I tried to show in the photos. There might be a ping or two in addition to scratches from use. Still darling though!

Please allow 7-10 production days for them to be stamped, polished and wrapped for shipping

Makes a unique hostess gift or buy a set and split up for gifts for co-workers.

Listing is for one of each, Love, Dream, Believe, Joy, Peace and Wish teaspoons.

Spoons shown are samples. Your set will have different patterns; it will be equally fun.
Due to hand stamping the placement and depth of impression on your set will be similar but not exact.

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**International orders are declared on customs documents at the actual selling price of $54.00 in US Dollars. Tax, Vat etc that may be due is the responsibility of the buyer.
International orders are currently averaging 5-8 weeks to arrive.

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Christmas Spoon Set. 6 Hand Stamped Spoons Inspirational Sayings Believe Dream Joy Love Peace and Wish. Rustic Shabby


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: silverware, spoon, silver plate, flatware, hammer, hand stamping, letter set
  • Made to order
  • Ships from United States to select countries.
  • Feedback: 2014 reviews
  • Favorited by: 331 people