19th Cent. Hallmarked Sterling Silver Teaspoons $25 each
Assorted hallmarked sterling silver teaspoons, mostly Victorian, are a perfect hostess gift, or present to oneself. Why use stainless steel when you can have much more hygienic sterling silver* hallmarked for a year in the 1800s in England. You can entertain yourself looking up the city, year and maker of your spoon. Use the stainless steel spoon to open the Milo tin, but don't put it in your mouth, especially if it has a brushed surface.
*Silver is naturally antibacterial. The Ancient Egyptians had oodles of gold. Silver, on the other hand, was rare. Silver was used for surgical instruments, as they had discovered the antibacterial properties of silver empirically.
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