An unusual and interesting silver spoon made to commemorate the coronation of King George VI with enamel emblems of Scotland England and Ireland and the Royal Standard and Union flag.
Unusual Commemorative Silver Enamel Spoon Coronation 1937 George VI Barker Bros
An unusual silver spoon made to commemorate the coronation of George VI and Elizabeth in 1937. The spoon was made by Barker Brothers Silver Ltd 1936/37.
The terminal of the spoon has the union flag and the royal standard in enamel and down the stem of the handle are the emblems of Scotland Ireland and England. The oval bowl of the spoon is engraved with Coronation George VI Queen Elizabeth 1937.
It has crisp clear hallmarks and makers mark.
Length: 11 cms
Weight: 16 grams
Condition: In good antique condition commensurate with age and little or no usage. Some light scuffs to the enamel. Crisp hallmarks.