Jingle All the Way
You thought you didn't want baby growing up with a silver spoon in their mouth–and then you discovered this one. A rattle, teether, and beautiful feeding utensil all in one, the design was conceived by silversmith Robert A. Butler when he accidentally left a silver mass at the end of a hand-forged baby spoon. This inventive piece of flatware has a spherical bell that makes it easy for small hands to grasp, and baby will be thrilled with its gentle jingle. Meanwhile, design-minded parents will love its aesthetics: Robert's work can be found in London's Victoria and Albert Museum and Boston's Museum of Fine Arts. Though it gleams like a precious metal, this sophisticated spoon is made of mirror-polished stainless steel for easy cleaning. Made in Germany.