William IV Fiddle Pattern Silver Caddy Spoon 1833

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Stock number: AS125

William IV Fiddle Pattern Silver Caddy Spoon 1833

A very good William IV silver caddy spoon.

The fiddle pattern handle is totally plain. It has an oval bowl, which is beautifully engraved with leaves and a flower inside a double border.

This is a very pretty piece -- the handle is in the celebrated fiddle pattern which had become very popular by the 1830s. No doubt it was made to go with a service of silver flatware in the same design. The engraving on the bowl is very delicate and has a lovely effect.

This fine William IV silver caddy spoon was made in 1833 by Joseph Burtt of London.

  • Height
    3 3/4 inches (9.5 cm)

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