AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SPOON WARMER AND PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER CASTERS,
The first mark of William Hutton & Sons, London, 1904; the casters mark of George Gray, London, 1786,
spoon warmer formed as a nautilus shell on a rocky base, with hinged cover, marked on base, shell and cover; the casters of baluster form with beaded bands, the removable covers pierced in a lattice pattern with spiral finials, marked on body and rim of cover.
The spoon warmer 6½in. (16.5cm.) across; total weight 22oz. (702gr.)