Another Victorian oddity.

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Another Victorian oddity.

Postby paulh » Tue Feb 07, 2017 12:28 pm

Here is an oddity. It is silver plated and at 21cm, around the size of a table spoon. The head is of a larger proportion than a table spoon, but bowled with four tines. It has a registration mark for March 1883. It is obviously for serving something and is actually suitable for all sorts of foods, but I am sure that it was designed for a specific purpose. But what? I cannot even trace the maker. So it is a total mystery.



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