Silver fiddle pattern tea caddy spoon made and hallmarked during the early part of Queen Victoria's reign in 1847 in excellent condition.

Silver Fiddle Pattern Tea Caddy Spoon 1847

£95.00Price
  • Silver fiddle pattern tea caddy spoon made and hallmarked during the early part of Queen Victoria's reign in 1847. It was made by Robert Wallis who registered this particular mark in 1845 until 1852. Robert Wallis was principally a spoon maker. 
    The spoon is in excellent condition with clear crisp hallmarks. It has the initial D engraved on the terminal of the spoon in script. 
    It measures 11.5 long 3.5 across the bowl and weighs 17 grams.

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