Antique English sterling silver caddy spoon by Samuel Godbehere, Edward Wigan & James Boult, hallmarked from London in 1800.
This is a silver Caddy Spoon, Samuel Godbehere,Edward Wigan,James Boult, London 1800.
In perfect condition, the only thing to mention is that the maker’s mark is a little rubbed but enough there to be able to determine the maker.
Measures 75 mm in length.
Compared to other spoons, caddy spoons have shorter handles and shallower bowls. The spoon handle is shorter and, as a result, the spoon can be stored with the tea in a tea caddy. The shallow bowl is to accurately measure out the right amount of tea leaves.
|MAKER or SPONSOR MARK||Samuel Godbehere,Edward Wigan & James Boult|