Beautiful Georgian Sterling Silver Tea Caddy Spoon Birmingham Thomas Morley 1828 For Sale
Up for sale is avery fine georgian silver tea caddy spoon with shell bowl and handle, 3 15/16" long, 9.1 grams, in excellent original condition. This beautiful sterling silver spoon was made by Thomas Morley, 1828, Birmingham. It is properly marked inside the bowl, as shown on photos.
On May-10-13 at 11:39:51 PDT, seller added the following information:
We were told,that this beautiful spoon was made by Thomas Millington of Birmingham, who was noted for his eccentric Caddy Spoons.
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Beautiful Georgian Sterling Silver Tea Caddy Spoon Birmingham Thomas Morley 1828:
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