Antique Silver Caddy Spoon
Antique Silver Caddy Spoon
Antique Silver Caddy Spoon
Antique Silver Caddy Spoon
A pretty little Victorian sterling silver caddy spoon with a shell shaped bowl and shaped shell handle. With a very pretty embossed flower design to the bowl. Weight 11 grams. Length 7.7 cms. Width 4.2 cms. Birmingham 1822. Maker Joseph Willmore.
This attractive silver spoon is in good condition with no damage or restoration. Stamped with clear English silver hallmarks. The bowl is not worn, the engraving is crisp. There are a few mini dinks on the end of the handle.
Please note that this item is not new and will show moderate signs of wear commensurate with age. Reflections in the photograph may detract from the true representation of this item.
Caddy spoons were made from 1780 onwards and come in numerous designs. They were designed to measure 1 spoonful of tea and were usually kept with the tea caddy. Rare examples, such as those in the form of a jockeys cap, can command a high price.
Stock Code

49 Camden Passage
N1 8EA

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