Ingot silver spoon with figure design, whirling logs, arrows
Small Navajo-made hand-stamped ingot silver spoon, made in 1910s. Made from melted silver dollars. It measures 5 1/8" long, 1 1/4" wide at the widest part. The handle has a hand-stamped figure of a man, an arrow design, and the bowl of the spoon has arrows and whirling logs stamped on it. Very unique design for an antique spoon. These were often made for the tourist trade during the Fred Harvey era.