Four Lincoln Kraft Arts & Crafts Teaspoons by Frank Smith (Item #MW-smithspns)


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Four hammered Arts & Crafts Sterling silver teaspoons by Frank W Smith in a pattern called (I believe) Lincoln Kraft, circa 1910. The spoons measure 5 1/2" long, and both the front and back of the handles appear to be hand hammered. They are fairly weighty for their size, and there are no monograms or removals. There are light scratches and other wear marks from use, but overall the condition is good. One of the spoons (the top one) has a somewhat "cloudy" cast to the bowl, and this same spoon has a *tiny* ding on the edge of the bowl which you can barely see in the photo. All 4 spoons are marked: Frank Smith hallmark (looks like a lion on a crescent intersecting an S), STERLING, M. Please ask if you have any questions as I am not a metalware expert. I leave any cleaning and polishing up to the buyer.

Additional photos: Back view, Close up of the handle pattern from front, Close up of the handle pattern from back, Marks.

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