Caddy Spoons

Caddy Spoons were, and still are, used to scoop a measure of tea from a caddy into a pot. They come in various shapes and designs and are one of the most collectible spoons available. They were first used from around the 1750’s. Prior to 1781, Caddy Spoons and other small spoons which were produced by London Makers were only hallmarked with the Lion Passant for Sterling and the Makers Initials therefore it can be quite hard to date these early examples.

English examples were developed in the mid 18th century when the Chinese tea bottle was superseded by the tea caddy, having an opening large enough to accommodate a small spoon to dispense and measure the tea and when the cover (the thimble top) was no longer used as a measure. Caddy spoons were always required to be hallmarked, being excluded from the exemption of the English act of 1790 relating to small articles. Reference: Victoria and Albert Museum

Allan Adler Sterling Silver Caddy Spoon

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ANTIQUE STERLING SILVER TEA CADDY SPOON/ SCOOP, GOLD WASHED BOWL

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Georg Jensen Denmark sterling tea caddy spoon in Acorn pattern!

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Antique Solid Silver Caddy Spoon

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ANTIQUE Solid Silver Continental Decorative & Unusual Caddy SPOON

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Pre Revolution Russian Silver Caddy Spoon

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CLAM BOWL TEA CADDY SPOON ANTIQUE STERLING SILVER

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