This lovely sterling silver baby food pusher was designed in 1902 by Wallace. Adorned with scrolls and a floral motif, the Eton pattern is exemplary of the Art Nouveau movement.
3 7/8 in.
Established in 1835 by Robert Wallace, Wallace Silversmiths, Inc. produced classic silver flatware known for its exquisite and artful composition. From its humble beginnings in Connecticut, the company grew to produce cutlery for customers on a global scale. Today, Wallace is renown for its highly collectible craftsmanship.
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