You are looking at an Antique
This was purchased at an estate sale and the spoon is in MINT/EXCELLENT condition, it's NEVER been used.
The spoon itself is beautiful, the photo doen't really show it's true beauty. I took it out of it's sealed plastic to take the photo. On the back of the spoon it's marked:
It measures a little over 5 ¼" long.
The box is in good condition for it's age, but it does show some ware. On the front of the box it reads:
On one of the sides of the box it reads:
STERLING INFANT FEEDER
THIS WOULD MAKE A WONDERFUL GIFT, OR IT WOULD MAKE A GREAT ADDITION TO YOUR OWN COLLECTION!!!
JUST IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAYS!!!
NOTE: I am no expert in this area, or on this particular piece, I have tried to describe it the best I know how, but still t is so much I do not know, so if you have any questions Please do NOT hesitate to write and ask before bidding!!!
I accept Pay Pal, Money Orders, and Bank Checks, sorry NO personal Checks.
I do not ship out any items until the actual "physical payment" has been received .
I go to the post office on Tuesdays and sometimes on Wednesdays (only twice a week, if need be). I Ship anyw in the world - to the Lower 48 States it would be the standard rate, depending on your zip code - to Alaska & Hawaii Canada, or Internationally, t will be an additional shipping charge that will apply, depending on the location.
All of my items are "professionally packed" - I have an "excellent track record" for outstanding packing achievements... All Items will be fully insured, if you choose. I do however, insist on Insurance if the items are breakable (like glass or electronics). I cannot and will not be held responsible for any damages or losses during shipment, especially if you do NOT take the insurance. In the event of loss or damage, and you have insurance, keep absolutely everything (i.e. item, box, all packing materials, etc.), The shipper (the post office) will want to make full inspection of everything. Immediately contact the carrier (the post office)... It will be the responsibility of the "Receiver Of Record" (you) to initiate the claim - this can be done by calling the post office, or logging onto their "web sight" (). Once you file the claim with the post office, the shipping company will then forward paperwork to me for completion and I will immediately complete the forms and return them to the post office right away... Reimbursement payment will be made from the post office directly to you, the Winning Bidder.
Thank you for looking!!! And, have a GREAT Day!!!
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