EXQUISITE GEORGIAN SILVER CADDY SPOON BY JAMES ...

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JUIL85

This pretty Georgian silver caddy spoon is dated Birmingham 1825 and was made by Birmingham toy makers * James Collins. The scalloped rectangular bowl stipple engraved with a cornucopia and flowers. The flat handle with prick-dot borders. The back plain.

* from the late 18th to early 19th Century, Birmingham was the centre for the making of “toys”: small decorative objects from silver. They were produced in small family businesses and factories throughout Birmingham. They made a range of items including patch boxes, nutmeg graters, buckles, caddy spoons, vinaigrettes, snuff boxes and babies rattles.

Hallmarks:

JC for James Collins.
Duty Mark.
Lion Passant.
Birmingham Assay Mark.
Date letter "B" for 1825.

Condition:

Very good.

Dimensions.

Length: 8cm / 3.2 inches
Bowl: 4cm x 3.5cm / 1.4 inches x 1.3 inches.

Postage:

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£195

EXQUISITE GEORGIAN SILVER HEART-SHAPED CADDY SPOON BY ...

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JUIL83

This delightful George III solid silver caddy spoon is dated Birmingham 1815 and was made by the prolific silversmith Joseph Taylor, who specialised in small pieces and objects of vertu. Plain heart shaped bowl and Fiddle pattern handle. The back fully hallmarked.

Hallmarks:

IT for Joseph Taylor.
Birmingham Assay Mark.
Date letter "r" for 1815.
Duty Mark.
Lion Passant.

Condition:

Very good.
No repairs.

Dimensions.

Length: 8.5cm / 3.4 inches
Bowl: 4.5cm x 4cm / 1.4 inches x 1.4 inches.

Postage:

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Postage overseas: £17 International Signed For.
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£175

FABULOUS GEORGIAN SILVER-GILT VINE LEAF CADDY SPOON ...

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AOUT74

This delightful George III silver gilt vine leaf caddy spoon was made by Joseph Willmore and is dated Birmingham 1799. The gilt leaf-shaped bowl embossed with grapes and applied with coiled handle. Leaf shape caddy spoons are very collectable and rather rare and this is a wonderful example.

Hallmarks:

J.W for Joseph Willmore
Lion Passant.
Date letter "k" for 1806.
Birmingham Assay Mark.
Duty mark.

Condition:

Excellent.

Dimensions.

Length: 7cm/ 2.6 inches
Bowl: 5cm x 4cm / 2.2 inches x 1.4 inches.

Postage:

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GEORGIAN SILVER LEAF-SHAPED CADDY SPOON BY ELIZABETH ...

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SEPT83

This delightful George III silver caddy spoon was made by the very collectable female silversmith Elizabeth Morley and is dated London 1796. The leaf-shaped bowl bright-engraved with a veined centre, within a wavy prick-dot border.

Very pretty tendril loop handle with a leaf-shape.

Leaf-shape caddy spoons are very collectable and rather rare and this is a wonderful example by a female silversmith, dating pre 1800.

Hallmarks:

London Assay mark.
Duty mark.
EM for Elizabeth Morley.
Lion Passant.
Date letter "A" for 1796.

Condition:

Excellent.

Dimensions.

Length: 7.5cm/ 3 inches
Bowl: 6cm x 3cm / 2.2 inches x 1.2 inch.

Postage UK: £7 Special Delivery Next day.
Postage overseas: £10 International Signed For.

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RARE ARTS & CRAFT SILVER CADDY SPOON ...

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NOV96

This is a superb and very unusual Arts & Craft silver caddy spoon. Made in Chester 1906 it bears the marks of George Nathan & Ridley Hayes. The ovoid bowl with distinctive spot-hammered finish. The flat seal-top handle engraved with symbolic patterns. The back of the bowl fully hallmarked.

Hallmarks:

GN over RH for George Nathan & Ridley Hayes.
Lion Passant.
Chester Assay Mark.
Date letter "f" for 1906.

Condition:

Excellent.
Bowl in very good condition.
Handle in very good condition.

Dimensions.

Length: 10cm / 4 inches
Bowl: 4.5cm x 3.5cm / 1.6 inches x 1.2 inches.

Postage UK: £7 Special Delivery Next day.
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FINE GEORGIAN SILVER FILIGREE CADDY SPOON, CIRCA ...

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JUIL86

This is a rare and rather exquisite George III silver filigree caddy spoon. The cast frame with shaped fluted bowl. The silver reserve engraved with initials.

Hallmarks:

Unmarked but these filigree examples date circa 1800 and were usually made in Birmingham.

Condition:

Very good.
No loss to filigree work.

Dimensions:

Length: 7cm / 2.6 inches.
bowl: 3cm x 3cm.

Postage:

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GEORGIAN SILVER LEAF-SHAPED CADDY SPOON BY COCKS ...

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AOUT68

This delightful George III silver caddy spoon is dated Birmingham 1805 and was made by the renowned Birmingham toy maker * Cocks & Bettridge. The leaf-shaped bowl naturalistically engraved around a veined centre. The bowl applied with a tendril loop handle.
Leaf-shape caddy spoons are very collectable and rather rare and this is a wonderful example.

* from the late 18th to early 19th Century, Birmingham was the centre for the making of “toys”: small decorative objects from silver. They were produced in small family businesses and factories throughout Birmingham. They made a range of items including patch boxes, nutmeg graters, buckles, caddy spoons, vinaigrettes, snuff boxes and babies rattles.

Hallmarks:

C&B for Cocks & Bettridge.
Duty Mark.
Lion Passant.
Birmingham Assay Mark.
Date letter "h" for 1805.

Condition:

Excellent.
Dimensions.

Length: 6cm / 2.4 inches
Bowl: 5cm x 3.5cm / 2 inches x 1.4 inches.

Postage UK: £7 Special Delivery Next day.
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GEORGIAN SILVER LEAF-SHAPED CADDY SPOON BY JOSEPH ...

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JUIL95

This delightful George III silver caddy spoon was made by the Birmingham silversmith and *toy maker John Taylor, who specialised in small pieces and objects of vertu. The leaf-shaped bowl bright-engraved around a veined centre. The end with a very pretty tendril loop handle.
Leaf-shape caddy spoons are very collectable and this is a wonderful example by a renowned silversmith.

* from the late 18th to early 19th Century, Birmingham was the centre for the making of “toys”: small decorative objects from silver. They were produced in small family businesses and factories throughout Birmingham. They made a range of items including patch boxes, nutmeg graters, buckles, caddy spoons, vinaigrettes, snuff boxes and babies rattles.

Hallmarks:

IT for Joseph Taylor.
Birmingham Assay Mark.
Date letter "a" for 1798.
Duty Mark.
Lion Passant.

Condition:

Very good.
No repairs.
Clear hallmarks.

Dimensions.

Length: 7.5cm/ 3 inches
Bowl: 6cm x 3cm / 2.2 inches x 1.2 inch.

Postage:

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UNUSUAL GEORGIAN SILVER "FRYING PAN" CADDY SPOON, ...

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AOUT75

This rather charming Georgian silver caddy spoon is dated Birmingham 1799. The circular bright-engraved with prick-dot decorations. The part feathered handle with vacant cartouche.

Hallmarks:

Maker's marks struck at the edge of the handle so undecipherable.
Birmingham Assay mark.
Duty mark.
Lion Passant.
Date letter "q" for 1799.

Condition:

Very good.
No repairs.

Dimensions.

Length: 6cm/ 2.2 inches
Bowl: 3.5cm / 1.2 inches.

Postage:

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GEORGIAN SILVER AND MOTHER OF PEARL CADDY ...

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NOV93

This exquisite George III silver caddy spoon was made by William Pugh and is dated Birmingham 1814. The shovel shaped bowl bright-engraved with chequered decorations. Fitted with a mother of pearl handle.

Hallmarks:

W.P for William Pugh
Duty mark.
Lion Passant.
Birmingham Assay Mark.
Date letter "q" for 1813.

Condition:

Very good condition.
No repairs

Dimensions.

Length: 8.5cm / 3.2 inches
Bowl: 4cm x 3.5cm / 1.4 inches x 1.2 inches.

Postage UK: £7 Special Delivery Next day.
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EXQUISITE GEORGIAN SILVER CADDY SPOON BY JOSEPH ...

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AOUT66

This delightful George III solid silver caddy spoon is dated Birmingham 1795 and was made by the prolific silversmith John Taylor, who specialised in small pieces and objects of vertu. The oval bowl pierced with a band of keyhole between prick-dot decorations. The handle engraved with stylised motifs surrounding a vacant reserve. The back fully hallmarked. This is a very useable caddy spoon as it is a good size. The holes allowed for impurities in the tea leaves to sift through before use.

Hallmarks:

IT for Joseph Taylor.
Birmingham Assay Mark.
Date letter "x" for 1795.
Duty Mark.
Lion Passant.

Condition:

Very good.
Handle a little misshapen, commensurate with age.

Dimensions.

Length: 7.5cm / 3 inches
Bowl: 4.5cm x 3cm / 1.4 inches x 1.3 inches.

Postage:

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DELIGHTFUL VICTORIAN SILVER CADDY SPOON BY GEORGE ...

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AOUT67

This exquisite and rather unusual early Victorian caddy spoon was made by the reputed silversmith George Unite and is dated Birmingham 1851 . The scalloped shaped bowl with a vine tendril handle applied with two vine leaves and grapes.

Hallmarks:

GU for George Unite.
Duty Mark.
Lion Passant.
Birmingham Assay Mark.
Date letter "L" for 1861.

Dimensions and Weight:

Diameter: 4cm / 1.5 inches.
Length: 8.5cm /3.4 inches.

Condition:

Excellent.

Postage:

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SOLD