An extremely rare and important William IV Eagle's Wing Caddy Spoon made in Birmingham in 1834 by Joseph Willmore.
An extremely rare and important William IV Eagle's Wing Caddy Spoon made in Birmingham in 1834 by Joseph Willmore.
An extremely rare and important William IV Eagle's Wing Caddy Spoon made in Birmingham in 1834 by Joseph Willmore.
An extremely rare and important William IV Eagle's Wing Caddy Spoon made in Birmingham in 1834 by Joseph Willmore.

An extremely rare and important William IV Eagle's Wing Caddy Spoon made in Birmingham in 1834 by Joseph Willmore.

1834 Birmingham

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The Eagle's Wing Caddy spoon is considered to be the most important and desirable of all spoons. This example is die stamped and the bowl is chased with finely detailed feathers. The hanlde is chased to simulate the head and beak of the eagle. The Spoon is in excellent condition and is fully marked on the reverse. Identical examples are shown on Plate 92 and the front cover of "Caddy Spoons" by Captain John Norie.

Length: 3.15 inches, 7.88cm.
Width: 1.5 inches, 3.75cm.
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