Souvenir spoon

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A souvenir spoon is a decorative spoon used as a memento of a place or to display as a 'trophy' of having been there.wikipedia
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Souvenir

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A souvenir spoon is a decorative spoon used as a memento of a place or to display as a 'trophy' of having been there.
Souvenirs as objects include mass-produced merchandise such as clothing: T-shirts and hats; collectables: postcards, refrigerator magnets, key chains, pins, souvenir coins and tokens, miniature bells, models, figurines, statues; household items: spoons, mugs, bowls, plates, ashtrays, egg timers, fudge, notepads, coasters, plus many others.

Finial

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The entire spoon, including the bowl, handle, and finial may be used to convey the theme.
Decorative finials are also commonly used to fasten lampshades, and as an ornamental element at the end of the handles of souvenir spoons.

Spoon

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A souvenir spoon is a decorative spoon used as a memento of a place or to display as a 'trophy' of having been there.
The souvenir spoon generally exists solely as a decorative object commemorating an event, place, or special date.

Sterling silver

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The spoons may be made from a number of different materials such as sterling silver, nickel, steel, and in some cases wood.

United States

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The first souvenir spoons in the United States were made in 1890 by Galt & Bros., Inc. of Washington D.C., featuring the profile of George Washington.

George Washington

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The first souvenir spoons in the United States were made in 1890 by Galt & Bros., Inc. of Washington D.C., featuring the profile of George Washington.

Salem witch trials

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One year later, a souvenir Salem Witch spoon was made, and sold seven thousand copies.

Flipper (1964 TV series)

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Flipper vintage collectibles include: lunch boxes, song books, comic books, coloring books, a Whitman novel, Big Little Books, souvenir spoons, Whitman frame tray puzzles, a board game, Viewmaster reels (based on the two-part episode "Dolphin Love"), a battery-operated "spouting dolphin" water toy, children's swim trunks with the Flipper logo, and a 1966 Bradley glow-in-the-dark watch.

Heubach

Heubach is the home of Fritz Reu GmbH & Co. Metallwarenfabrik, maker of metal souvenirs, souvenir spoons, keychains, trinkets, coins, and also automobile medallions and hood ornaments for German car manufacturers.