Lot 3048
Pair of Rare North Carolina Coin Silver Eagle Back Teaspoons, Mark of John Vogler
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
With rectangular punch reading "I.Vogler", with an eagle motif stamped to the verso of the bowls, pointed ends, with "H.L.H" monogram to handle.

5 1/8 in. and 5 3/8 in.

.6 total troy oz.

Private Collection, Jamestown, North Carolina

John Vogler Estate, Salemtowne, Winston Salem, North Carolina, October 2003.

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.