A rare George III Frying Pan Caddy Spoon made in 1811 by Joseph Willmore.
A rare George III Frying Pan Caddy Spoon made in 1811 by Joseph Willmore.
A rare George III Frying Pan Caddy Spoon made in 1811 by Joseph Willmore.
A rare George III Frying Pan Caddy Spoon made in 1811 by Joseph Willmore.
A rare George III Frying Pan Caddy Spoon made in 1811 by Joseph Willmore.

A rare George III "Frying Pan" Caddy Spoon made in 1811 by Joseph Willmore.

1811 Birmingham

Offered by Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd

£595 gbp
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The Caddy Spoon is modelled as a Frying pan with oval bowl, displaying raised sides with a pierced gallery. The bowl is engraved with a wide band of prick dot concentric designs around a vacant oval. The curved handle is beautifully engraved with foliate motifs and a tear drop cartouche containing a set of contemporary initials. This unusual example is very well marked and is in excellect condition.

Length: 2.5 inches, 6.25cm.
Width of bowl: 1.6 inches, 4cm.

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