Vintage silver colored collectible souvenir enamel spoon from the state of Washington featuring a colorful enamel shield in white and blue with a depiction of a Native American Indian - perhaps representing the Makah People.
The Makah are a Native American people from the northwestern corner of the continental United States in Washington. The Makah tribe lives in and around the town of Neah Bay, Washington, a small fishing village along the Strait of Juan de Fuca where it meets the Pacific Ocean. Their reservation on the northwest tip of the Olympic Peninsula includes Tatoosh Island. The Makah people refer to themselves as "Kwih-dich-chuh-ahtx" which translates as "the people who live by the rocks and seagulls".
This silver colored collectible souvenir enamel spoon of Washington measures 3-3/8" in length, weighs .2 ounces and is marked on the back of the spoon handle with an "F" within a circle (Fort) and USA.
A2357 - Vintage Collectible Souvenir Enamel Spoon WASHINGTON (State) by FORT
$3.00 First Class Mail