The Les Six Fleurs sugar sifter by Reed & Barton is a sterling silver serving utensil that features a floral design on the handle. The pattern was created in 1901 by Charles A. Bennett, who was inspired by six different flowers: wild rose, peony, poppy, orchid, fleur-de-lis and forget-me-not. The spoon has a length of 5 7/8" inches. The spoon is marked with the Reed & Barton hallmark, which consists of an eagle, an R and a lion, as well as the word “sterling”. The Les Six Fleurs sugar sifter by Reed & Barton is beautiful piece of silverware that showcases the artistry and craftsmanship of the American silversmiths.