A sterling baby food pusher designed to teach baby to push food onto a fork or spoon in the Lily pattern by Watson Co. This is an outstanding pattern created in the art nouveau era, circa 1905. 3 3/4 inches, 0.68 troy ounce
Watson Co. was originally located in Attleboro, MA, and active between 1880 and 1955. They were a major manufacturer of silverware in America. Originally founded by Clarence L. Watson and Fred A. Newell as Watson, Newell & Co., later the Watson, Newell Co., and by 1915 the Watson Co. Watson was acquired by Wallace Silversmiths in 1955.
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