An extremely rare Kitchen Measuring Spoon made in Edinburgh in 1841 by James Howden.
An extremely rare Kitchen Measuring Spoon made in Edinburgh in 1841 by James Howden.
An extremely rare Kitchen Measuring Spoon made in Edinburgh in 1841 by James Howden.
An extremely rare Kitchen Measuring Spoon made in Edinburgh in 1841 by James Howden.

An extremely rare Kitchen Measuring Spoon made in Edinburgh in 1841 by James Howden.

1841 Edinburgh

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This exceptionally rare spoon was used in the kitchen to measure out ingredients. The spoon is modelled in the fiddle pattern and displays a tablespoon sized bowl at one end and a teaspoon sized bowl at the other. The spoon is in excellent condition and is very well marked. A few of these spoons were made in London by George Adams, however we have never seen one coming from Scotland before.

Length: 8.2 inches, 20.5cm.
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