Description and Details
We are delighted to offer this wonderful little solid silver tea caddy spoon made by Joseph Willmore in Birmingham, 1814.
The spoon is beautifully crafted in the form of a single vine leaf with an accurate and intricate design ranging from the stem (handle) of the leaf to the different textures (stippled & embossed silver) on the surface of the spoon.
The centre of the spoon is embossed in the form of a bunch of grapes with its stem conjoining to the thicker vine handle.
Such spooms would have traditionally been used to scoop some tea leaves out of a tea caddy/canister, however, with some creative ideas why not try some new uses such as serving spices or even as a small canapé spoon?
A full set of minuscule hallmarks are present on the stem of the vine handle.
A delightful little addition to any collection whether be it for a display or for usage with a tea caddy and a luxurious afternoon tea experience.
- Size (mm) Length: 72mm Width: 37mm
- Size (inches) Length: 2.83 Width: 1.45
- Weight: 9.8 grams (0.31 oz t)
Excellent Condition - The spoon is in excellent antique condition with no damage or issues. Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail.
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