Antique 1813 Georgian Sterling Silver Condiment  Spoon
Antique 1813 Georgian Sterling Silver Condiment  Spoon
Antique 1813 Georgian Sterling Silver Condiment  Spoon
Antique 1813 Georgian Sterling Silver Condiment  Spoon
Antique 1813 Georgian Sterling Silver Condiment  Spoon
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Antique 1813 Georgian Sterling Silver Condiment Spoon

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This is a lovely Antique Sterling Silver Small Spoon from the 1800s. It would be perfect for serving condiments such as mustard, salt, pepper or sauces.

It was made by Thomas Dicks and it’s Hallmarked for being made in London in 1813.

The bowl of the spoon is egg shaped. It has a lovely long handle, perfect for reaching into jars or bowls. At the top of the handle it has an elaborate C engraved.

The Hallmarks are on the back of the neck and are clearly marked. The Silver is shiny with a little tarnish which adds to the Antique look.

It weighs 13.3g. It measures 12.5cm in length (just over 4 7/8 inches).

Identifier Exists No
Brand Thomas Dicks
Condition Used
Weight 0.014kg