- Size: 6 1/4" long
- Condition: Pre-owned
- Notes: The spoon has some wear to it and a ding.
- Type: Flatware – Spoons
- Composition: Coin Silver
- Maker: O.E. Sibley
For your consideration is this antique spoon. This is made by Oscar Easterly Sibley. They measure about 6 1/4″ long. This is marked O.E. Sibley on the back. He was in Canadaigua, NY from 1835-1846 and Buffalo, NY from1846-1876. He was in the partnership of Sibley & Adams with Nathaniel W. Adams from 1846-1848. It is monogrammed “Aunty to Ednah”. The spoon has some wear to it and a ding. Please see the pictures for more details.
On Dec-11-15 at 10:33:22 PST, seller added the following information:
On Dec-11-15 at 10:33:25 PST, seller added the following information:
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