Many Mickey Mouse spoons have been made over the years. Especially kids and baby spoons. There are also many vintage and collectible spoons. Each major type we will try and list on this page.
Branford made these silver plated Mickey Mouse spoons. Mickey is shown standing at the end of the spoon handle. Down the handle it reads 'Mickey Mouse'.
The back of the spoon is labeled "Branford Silver Plated". Of all the Mickey Mouse spoons the Brandfords may be the most collectible due to their age. The spoons are about five and one-half inches long.
The Branford spoons are sometimes also referred to as "pie eyed" spoons. This is not about the spoon but about how the eyes were drawn on Mickey Mouse. It reflects a product from the 1930s or maybe early 1940s.
Value and Pricing: We saw two Branford Mickey Mouse spoons in good condition, but in major need of polishing with the Mickey imprints becoming faint, sell for about $17.
These vintage William Rogers silver spoons are the same as the Branford spoons, except the back refers to "Wm Rogers Mfg Co."
Value and Pricing: We saw four of the Rogers Mickey Mouse stainless steel spoons in good condition sell for about $45.
Some of our favorites. These spoons and forks by Bonny feature Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and Pluto.
Made from stainless steel, full imprinted designs of each Disney character appear at the end of the handle. Each spoon is about five and one-half inches long.
Value and Pricing: We saw the set of four Bonny Disney spoon and fork characters in great condition, but without any original packaging, sell for $50.
Cute. These spoons and forks have Mickey Mouse ear shaped holes cut out of them. Youth size, the spoons are about five and one-half inches long.
Value and Pricing: We saw the above set of sixteen Mickey Mouse stainless steel spoons and forks in good condition, with ear shapes, sell for about $55.
The first Disneyana Convention was held in 1992. From that first convention is this silver plated spoon with Mickey's happy face.
Value and Pricing: We saw this spoon in new condition, still in its original packaging, but with quite a bit of yellowing of the package. sell for $28.
A fantastic collectible, this four inch pewter spoon was sold by Disneyland in the mid 1980s.
It features Mickey Mouse at the end of a handle with stars as the Sorcerer's Apprentice. Down the handle it spells "Mickey" with Disneyland imprinted in the bowl of the spoon.
Value and Pricing: We saw this pewter Sorcerer's Apprentice spoon in new condition, never taken out of its case, sell for $22.
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This 1930s baby / child Disney Mickey and Minnie Mouse spoon and fork set was made by Winthrop.
Although there is no imprinted date, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse are depicted using "pie eyes" which was common for the 1930s time period.
When placed on the left, the spoon makes Mickey appear as if he is looking at Minnie.
The spoon is about four inches long. The fork is about four and one-quarter inches long.
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The back side of the spoon and fork says "Winthrop Silver Plate".
Value and Pricing: We saw this Winthrop set of a Mickey Mouse spoon and Minnie Mouse fork sell for about $40.
This children's sized Mickey Mouse spoon and fork set is classic Disney. Made of plastic and stainless steel, the red silverware has a fun shaped Mickey Mouse head on the end.
If you collect spoons this is a must have for your collection. Made to be displayed this set of two spoons has full color pictures on the end. One shows Mickey and Pluto, and the other has Mickey, Donald, and Goofy.
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