Georgian silver marrow scoop used to scoop out the marrow of beef bones. London 1804
Georgian marrow scoop by Wm Eley & Wm Fearn 1804
Georgian silver marrow scoop in good antique condition by William Eley and William Fearn hallmarked in London in 1804.
The scoop is in good condition with a lovely patina. It has not been over polished.
It has initials engraved to the rear of the scoop.
The marks are a bit rubbed but still legible - see picture.
It weighs 49 grams and is 22.5 cms long.