I love the Gothic revival themed silver from the nineteenth century. These French spoons are a nice example of a restrained version, being made just as it was fading out of fashion. The teaspoons were made in Paris by Henru Soufflot who was working between 1884 and 1910. Clearly marked Minerva for 950 standard.
They measure just under 14cm long and weigh a 131 combined grams.