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A rare George III Caddy Spoon made in Newcastle circa 1786-91 by Langlands & Robertson.


The Spoon has a very unusual Bat-wing fluted bowl. The Old English pattern handle is decorated with crisp bright cut borders and a vacant oval bright cut cartouche. The spoon is in excellent crisp condition and is well marked on the reverse of the stem. Newcastle was famous for its fine deep bright cut engraving and the designs shown on the stem are a very good example from this Provincial centre.

Length: 3.1 inches, 7.75 cm.