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Dug this spoon looking for anything datable, I’m going to keep looking myself but anyone by chance recognize this pattern? reverse image didn’t help and so far all the pattern info focuses on the handle which I don’t have. So I thought I’d throw it out to t-net maybe someone has a complete one somewhere.

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I’ve searched about every way I can think of and got nothing. Appreciate the interest creskol maybe you’ll fare better.

I’ve tried variations of rose pattern, any chance it’s a different flower represented?
 
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For what it’s worth I didn’t hit it with anything but a soft tooth brush so somewhere in its life someone really scratched it up.

Also odd the pattern isn’t a negative on the back, it’s two different patterns with positive relief for lack of a better term.

Other thoughts it’s from what appears to be a mid 1800’s to early 1900’s site and I would guess it was likely a nickel silver at one point.
 
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For what it’s worth I didn’t hit it with anything but a soft tooth brush so somewhere in its life someone really scratched it up.

Also odd the pattern isn’t a negative on the back, it’s two different patterns with positive relief for lack of a better term.

Other thoughts it’s from what appears to be a mid 1800’s to early 1900’s site and I would guess it was likely a nickel silver at one point.
Thanks .. That is interesting. I will sleep on it tonight and resume looking tomorrow morning.
 
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Same here. Theres a Billion 'Rose patters' but No matches :icon_scratch:
 
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I don't know who made yours, but it appears to be a spin-off of of Schofield's Baltimore Rose pattern. Schofield only made sterling silver flatware and no silver plate that I know of. The Baltimore Rose patternwas first introduced issued in 1905. Schofield was acquired by the Stieff Company in 1967 and they also manufactured the Baltimore Rose, which was very a very popular Stieff pattern, but they just called it Rose pattern.
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