A wonderfully ornate Edwardian silver Caddy Spoon. The spoon bowl features a pastoral scene of a farming couple, one bearing a milk pail and the other a pair of geese. The handle is equally ornate and features branches with a small barn to the top with a dog peeping out. On the back of the spoon bowl are the clear hallmarks for the London Assay Office with a date mark for 1909 and maker's mark for Harry Freeman.
A good heavy gauge spoon feels good and solid to hold in the hand.
Condition: In lovely antique condition.
Hallmarks: London 1909 by Harry Freeman.
Measurements: Length: 12.7 cm Width of bowl: 4.2 cm Weight: 38.7 grams
Weights and measurements are approximate.