London, South Kensington
8 October 2002
A George III caddy spoon
MARK OF JOHN BETTRIDGE, BIRMINGHAM 1818
the circular bowl engraved with flowerheads and foliage within a pierced border -- 8.4cms; a George IV caddy spoon with shaped fluted bowl part engraved with foliage, John Bettridge, Birmingham 1826 -- 6cms; and a plain George III caddy spoon, the handle with engraved initials, Elizabeth Morley, London 1797 -- 8.2cms.
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