London, South Kensington
8 October 2002
A Victorian caddy spoon
MARK OF HILLIARD & THOMASON, BIRMINGHAM 1852
the gilt bowl stamped with foliage, the handle formed from flowers, foliage and tendrils -- 8.7cms; a George III caddy spoon, the kidney-shaped bowl with engraved wriggle-work and part flowerheads, the handle with engraved foliage, Cocks & Bettridge, Birmingham 1812 -- 7.8cms; and a George III caddy spoon, the bowl part stamped with scrollwork, the bifurcated handle engraved with initials, possibly John Lawrence, Birmingham 1810 -- 7.5cms.
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