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A very rare George III Caddy Spoon made in London in 1816 by John Jones.


The Caddy Spoon is most probably modelled as a coal scoop and displays an unusual tubular bowl, with angled end. The top of the bowl is unusually, and finely, engraved with a contemporary Crest of a hand holding an anchor issuing from the waves of the sea. The lozenge shaped polished agate handle is attached to the main body by a plain tubular section. The caddy spoon was made by John Jones in 1816 and unusually bears his incuse mark of II. This is where the silversmith engraves their makers mark, rather than stamping it. This piece is in excellent condition and is of the finest quality in terms of design and production.

Length: 3.75 inches, 9.38cm.

Diameter of the bowl: 1.1 inches, 2.75 cm.