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A rare George III Caddy Spoon made in Birmingham in 1806 by William Pugh.


The Spoon has a very unusual oval bowl with scalloped edge and rayed decoration on a matted ground to simulate a flower head. The handle has incuse sides and the end terminates in a heart shaped design. The spoon is in excellent condition and is well marked on the reverse. The reverse is also marked with a star device journeymans mark, which is an unusual feature to see on caddy spoons and would have identified the specific individual in the Pugh workshops who made the spoon. A rare example.

Length: 2.55 inches, 6.38cm.