A very rare Scottish Provincial Butter Spoon made by George Sangster of Aberdeen and also assayed in Edinburgh in 1863.
A very rare Scottish Provincial Butter Spoon made by George Sangster of Aberdeen and also assayed in Edinburgh in 1863.
A very rare Scottish Provincial Butter Spoon made by George Sangster of Aberdeen and also assayed in Edinburgh in 1863.

A very rare Scottish Provincial Butter Spoon made by George Sangster of Aberdeen and also assayed in Edinburgh in 1863.

1863 Aberdeenshire

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This very rare Butter Spoon is modelled in the fiddle pattern, with typical raised rounded rectangular bowl. The top of the stem is engraved with a contemporary initial. Most unusually, the spoon is marked with Aberdeen marks, as well as being assayed in Edinburgh. These Butter Spoons were peculiar to Scotland, however to find a Provincial example is most unusual.

Length: 6.25 inches.
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