"Olives Spoon, Sterling Silver, Early Nineteenth Century."This olive spoon is the work of Maitre-Orfèvre Antoine Adrien Vautrin who exercised in the first half of the nineteenth century to: "L'Orfèvrerie - 12 rue Chapon - Paris. Its diamond-shaped hallmark has the letters A and V separated by a dot on a small star and topped by a crescent-shaped star, its inscribed on November 6, 1824. The double-threaded model has a hollow spoon. and pierced with motives in palmettes. The spatula is decorated with coats of arms under a crown. The punch of control is a head of Michelangelo for the period from 1819 to 1838 in Paris and a head of a woman in profile for the big guarantee. Length 20.8 cm. Weight 62 gr.