A George III sterling silver caddy spoon in the form of a jockey's cap. It has a plain center button with bright cut engraved decoration on the brim. Unusual forms of tea caddy spoons are highly collectible from the Georgian Era.
English sterling silver; hallmarked with Lion Passant for .925, date letter P for 1810 (London), Monarch’s Mark, maker’s mark is too worn to read.
Measurements; 2 1/8” long X 1 ½” wide X 5/8” high
Condition Report; Very good, a few surfaces scratches, tiny ding towards back of cap all in accordance with age and use.
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