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A caddy spoon with shaped handle and large bowl, London 1813, by Thomas James.
Price: £340.00
3081
Silver caddy spoon A pierced and engraved caddy spoon by George Brasier, London 1794 initialled {CR} and {AW} finely on back of bowl.
Price: £325.00
1959

A caddyspoon with the terminal pierced as a flower , by Thomas Northcote London circa 1790,engraved with initials beneath an Earl's coronet (altered from a Baron's coronet) for Charlotte, wife of Alexander Wedderburn, 1st Baron Loughborough and later 1st Earl of Rosslyn.
Price: £295.00
                                                                This design is not recorded by J. D. Norie in his publications on caddyspoons but we currently have another very similar example by the same maker (see stock number 5405).
                                                                Charlotte Courtenay (1751-1826) married Alexander Wedderburn (1733-1805) in 1782. Wedderburn was a prominent lawyer and politician who served as Lord Chief Justice from 1780-1793 and Lord Chancellor from 1793-1801. On being made Lord Chief Justice Wedderburn was created Baron Loughborough and he was raised to the Earldom of Rosslyn on his retirement as Lord Chancellor in 1801.

5439
A heart-shaped caddyspoon with bifurcated reeded handle by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1804.
Price: £285.00
2194

A caddyspoon with the terminal pierced as a flower by Thomas Northcote London 1791, initialled {M}.
Price: £280.00
                                                                 This design is not recorded by J. D. Norie in his publications on caddyspoons but we currently have another very similar example by the same maker (see stock number 5439).

5405
A plain Irish caddyspoon of unusual form Dublin 1833, maker's mark apparently absent but letter C stamped in its place.
Price: £265.00
2055

A fiddle pattern sugar spoon, by George Lowe Chester 1827, initialled {W}.
Price: £230.00
                                               Unusually, there is apparently no reference to this piece in the published transcripts of the Chester Duty Book which listed every item on which duty was paid (see Ridgway volume 3)

4948

A brightcut caddyspoon with daisy bowl, Birmingham 1800 by Joseph Taylor.

Price: £210.00

3245
A fiddle pattern jamspoon of unusually large size by James Smyth(?), Dublin 1868 (retailer Neil) crested with a demi-stag grasping an anchor for HARDING.
Price: £185.00
2948
A bright-cut caddyspoon with fluted bowl, by Richard Crossley (overstriking another maker ?B), London 1783.
Price: £165.00
4373
A Queen's oystershell caddyspoon by Hayne and Cater, London 1836 crested with a phoenix on flames.
Price: £165.00
2363
A caddyspoon with hourglass handle and the bowl decorated with trellis and flowers, by Joseph Taylor Birmingham 1823 (a.f.).
Price: £160.00
4794
A fiddle pattern jamspoon, by John Power Dublin 1811 and crested for RODWELL.
Price: £155.00
4657
A large Queen's pattern caddy spoon with oyster heel, London 1828 by Jonathan Hayne, crested with a boar's head pierced by an arrow, all on a cap of maintenance.
Price: £145.00
3644
A caddy spoon with floral Onslow finial London, 1862 by Henry and Horace Lias, initialled {JG}.
Price: £145.00
3117
A King's variant pattern caddyspoon with shaped bowl, by John Betteridge Birmingham 1820.
Price: £135.00
5034
A Dutch fiddle-thread pattern caddy spoon or medicine spoon Amsterdam 1843 by 'crowned H in a rectangle'.
Price: £125.00
4311
A fiddle pattern shovel-shaped caddyspoon, Exeter 1839 by W. R. Sobey.
Price: £110.00
3755
A fiddle-thread caddy spoon by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1823 initialled {SS} on back of handle.
Price: £88.00
3575
An Italian pattern variant jam spoon, by Edward Hutton London 1883.
Price: £75.00
4669
A honey spoon of customary form, by Roberts and Belk London 1971.
Price: £70.00
5479
An engraved jamspoon Birmingham, 1884, George Unite.
Price: £70.00
2956
An engraved jamspoon Birmingham, 1884, George Unite.
Price: £70.00
2957
A bead-edge sugarspoon by George Adams, London 1867 faintly initialled {S}.
Price: £65.00
2638