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A rare George III Filigree Jockey Cap Caddy Spoon made most probably in Birmingham circa 1800.

£ 975

Although this spoon is unmarked, as they always are, it was most probably made in Birmingham by the specialist filigree worker, Samuel Pemberton. The dome of the cap consists of basket weave design and displays a plain circular disc at the top, engraved with a set of contemporary script initials. The peak of the cap is beautifuly decorated with crescents containing filigree scroll work. The spoon is in quite excellent condition and a similar example is shown in 'Caddy Spoons', by Captain John Norie, Plate 96, Figure C.

Length: 2.1 inches, 5.25cm.
Width: 1.75 inches, 4.38cm.
Height: 1 inch, 2.5 cm.