If not mistaken, this may be an example of a coffin spoon. They were usually given to pall bearers. The practice died out in England by the beginning of the 18th. century but continued in the North American colonies well into the late 19th. century. On style, this would appear to be early 19th. century.
Here is an article from the Collector's Weekly which would suggest that the rounded ends would date the spoon to post 1820 in examples made in Vermont which produced practically nothing other than flat ware