It took me a while to get these patterns straight. Edward C. Moore designed Japanese for Tiffany and it was released in April of 1871 just ahead of the release of Gorham's Japanese pattern in August of that same year - no competition there!
In 1904 the pattern became inactive. In August 3, 1956, Tiffany reintroduced the same pattern under the name Plantation. Then on October 16, of that same year (1956) they renamed it Audubon. It is still in production today and remains one of Tiffany's most popular patterns.
And, the design has nothing to do with the great American naturalist, John James Audubon. The birds depicted in the designs in the pattern are both recognizable and non specific specimens. Examples of some included are the paradise fly catcher, green magpie, racket-tailed drongo, crested tit, and finch.
Double Lipped Punch Ladle (13 inches)
Salad Serving Spoon (9 inches)
Tomato Server (8 inches)
Gumbo Soup Spoon (7 inches)
Fork (7 1/4 inches)