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Good Ole Tom, your best source for fine quality collectibles, the place where “Rarity is Common” is pleased to offer this elegant round bowl soup spoon by Wallace Silver. This piece is in the Stradivari pattern.

This beautiful piece is monogrammed. The letters appear to look like CK but it depends on what you see in the monogram. It is in excellent condition with some polish marks that come with time.

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Wallace Silversmiths were originally founded by Robert Wallace, the descendent of enterprising Scottish immigrants, in an old grist mill making spoons under the name R. WALLACE & CO.

The company continued and prospered and continued to operate, under various owners in Wallingford, Connecticut until 1986. Meriden and its neighboring town of Wallingford were famed for being the home to the finest New England silversmiths for centuries.

  • Length: 6 “
  • Made of Sterling Silver
  • Circa: 1937-present
  • Pattern: Stradivari
  • Monogrammed
  • Condition: Excellent

Item # 020609AJB03NS

Weight1 lbs