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A very rare Scottish Provincial Butter Spoon made by George Sangster of Aberdeen and also assayed in Edinburgh in 1863.


This very rare Butter Spoon is modelled in the fiddle pattern, with typical raised rounded rectangular bowl. The top of the stem is engraved with a contemporary initial. Most unusually, the spoon is marked with Aberdeen marks, as well as being assayed in Edinburgh. These Butter Spoons were peculiar to Scotland, however to find a Provincial example is most unusual.

Length: 6.25 inches.