Lot 1245
A North Carolina Coin Silver Teaspoon, Mark of John Vogler
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Salem, North Carolina, circa 1806-1830, without monogram.

5 1/8 in.

.40 troy oz.

From the Collection of the late Dr. & Mrs. Henry C. and Barbara Landon III, Wilmington, North Carolina

John Vogler (1783-1881) learned the craft of silversmithing from his uncle, Christoph Vogler (1765-1827), and other Moravian silversmiths. A talented and versatile metalsmith and businessman, Vogler's business was located in Old Salem where he crafted a variety of objects including watches and clocks, spoons, ladles, as well as various surveyors' tools and implements he supplied to the Moravian congregation.

Some scattered light scratches, otherwise good estate condition.