Arabesque by Wendt 4 7/8 " Sterling spoon(s) mono removed ONE OF SIX circa 1870

Arabesque by Wendt 4 7/8 " Sterling spoon(s)  mono removed ONE OF SIX circa 1870

Custom polishing and restoration  featuring professionally restored sterling flatwareThis Listing is for One Spoon, Six available                  "Arabesque" by John R. Wendt & Co.,  circa 1870, ONE of six Sterling coffee spoons, 4 7/8" long , removed monograms, weighing 13 grams avg. each. Ball Black & Co. retailer mark, .925 mark, Patent mark.Starting in good condition with  scuff marks, short scratches and a few small shallow corrosion spots inside bowls. Pattern detail is excellent. The monogram has been skillfully removed from the front cartouche and is not too noticeable. No dents, bends or breaks. I have lightly hand polished the spoons.  A very rare and very old spoon set  in good condition.The final finish is an antique medium luster. These spoons have been ultrasonic cleaned and are ready for table service.Please use all of the photos to determine the quality of this piece;  I offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all of my listings. No questions asked and a full refund including return shipping when I receive the   item back in it's original condition.                                                    

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