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Gorham Rochambeau Spoon

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As described by Matilda Bos Design Studio

This beautifully engraved Rochambeau presentation spoon, for Rhode Island Lt. Governor Jabez Bowen in 1780, came from Count de Rochambeau's personal camp silver. The original is now in the Newport Historical Society permanent collection; the reproductions by Gorham in 1930 have the same inscription and engraving. The original in the 18th century was used as a stuffing spoon.

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Matilda Bos Design Studio
Matilda Bos Design Studio

Interior designer Leanne Madler and her daughter Michelle created Matilda Bos Design studio, traveling for the pure joy in finding treasures. Inspired by the idea that well-made, fanciful things never fail to delight and amuse, they approach each piece with a love for the story it holds. They hope you enjoy their virtual studio, where the chance to dilly-dally is strictly encouraged.

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12.25" L x 2.25" W