Perfect for use as a candy dish, a candle terrine, or the most elegant place to keep your coins and car keys. Each piece is stamped with the B. 1802 insignia and the artist's initials.
Measures 5 inches in diameter and 3 inches deep.
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As featured in House Beautiful & The New York Times Each exquisitely detailed Beekman 1802 Fruit Spoon is hand-poured and polished by our master blacksmith using an authentic 18th century spoon mold found in the back of an abandoned shop. The material is an alloy...
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