George III Fiddle Pattern Silver Caddy Spoon 1811

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Stock number: AS124

George III Fiddle Pattern Silver Caddy Spoon 1811

A very good George III silver caddy spoon.

The handle is totally plain and in the celebrated and popular Fiddle pattern, with a contemporary monogram engraved at the end. It has a plain round bowl, and has been made with a good gauge of silver.

This is a lovely caddy spoon with a bright round bowl.  At this time, Fiddle pattern had only recently been introduced to England (from France), and English silversmiths were starting to make whole flatware services in this design -- right down to caddy spoons.

This attractive George III silver caddy spoon was made in 1811 by Josiah Snatt of London.

  • Length
    3 1/2 inches (9 cm)

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