Mint sterling silver jelly server spoon by Whiting Manufacturing Company in the CHATEAU pattern (c. 1923). Never monogrammed. Jelly spoons or jelly servers have stylized bowl shapes, with the left, or cutting edge, flattened. Many were made in two sizes; the smaller originally for serving molded jelly, the larger, for jellied aspics and "calve's foot jelly." Today, these pretty spoons are an ideal serving piece for use with molded pates, sour cream, jellied cranberry sauce, and the traditional jelly ring molds.
Beautiful sterling silver serving spoon, it features an oak leaf tip with Acanthus leaves and berries motif running down the side edge of the handle. No silver wear or loss noted, no bends, nicks or dents. Mint condition.
This vintage sterling silver jelly server spoon measures 6.625", weighs 1.2 ounces and is touchmarked on the back of the jelly spoon handle with the Whiting Manufacturing Company logo of a "W" within a circle and a lion passant, together with the quality marking of STERLING. You can read more about the history of Whiting Manufacturing Company from our Silver Manufacturers pages.
A1202 - WHITING Manufacturing Company STERLING SILVER Jelly Server Spoon CHATEAU (c. 1923)