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Silver Russian tea scoops~ used for tea leaves not for sugar. Usually sold together with the strainer and were kept in the box of tea (tea caddy) and for this reason are so short. Their name is caddy spoons and in Russia derived from classic fiddle.

Silver Russian tea scoops~ used for tea leaves not for sugar. Usually sold together with the strainer and were kept in the box of tea (tea caddy) and for this reason are so short. Their name is caddy spoons and in Russia derived from classic fiddle.

N4470 English Silver Pierced Spoon In Box    A fine English silver pierced spoon in the original fitted case. The handle and bowl are hand engraved between the intricate piercing. Length of spoon: 5 3/4"    Maker: James Dixon and Son Sheffield, 1900    Price: $450.00

N4470 English Silver Pierced Spoon In Box A fine English silver pierced spoon in the original fitted case. The handle and bowl are hand engraved between the intricate piercing. Length of spoon: 5 3/4" Maker: James Dixon and Son Sheffield, 1900 Price: $450.00

Antique Victorian English sterling silver caddy spoon

Antique Victorian English sterling silver caddy spoon

Antique  zilveren pillendoosje.

Antique zilveren pillendoosje.

Gorgeous collection of hallmarked antique silver Tea accoutrements, with footed Irish tray, apostle spoons, tea strainer and ornate Celtic spoons...

Gorgeous collection of hallmarked antique silver Tea accoutrements, with footed Irish tray, apostle spoons, tea strainer and ornate Celtic spoons...

Pair of tea caddies, 1790–91  John Scofield (English, active 1776–96)  Silver

Pair of tea caddies, 1790–91 John Scofield (English, active 1776–96) Silver

25  	    A George III silver leaf caddy spoon with ring terminal by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1813; together with a fiddle pattern 'bright cut' caddy spoon, the oval bowl decorated with a flowering shrub, contemporary initials, London 1821, maker's mark H.D. over C.D.

25 A George III silver leaf caddy spoon with ring terminal by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1813; together with a fiddle pattern 'bright cut' caddy spoon, the oval bowl decorated with a flowering shrub, contemporary initials, London 1821, maker's mark H.D. over C.D.

George IV 1822 silver Tea Caddy spoon by George Wickes of London 12gm

George IV 1822 silver Tea Caddy spoon by George Wickes of London 12gm

Russian Silver Tea Caddy Spoon.  Mid 20th Century

Casio Men's PRW-3500T-7CR Pro Trek Tough Solar Digital Sport Watch

Russian Silver Tea Caddy Spoon. Mid 20th Century

RARE RUSSIAN SILVER TEA INFUSER SPOON c1970's BEAUTIFUL TEA STRAINER MODERNIST

Luvable Friends Printed Fleece Blanket, Birds

RARE RUSSIAN SILVER TEA INFUSER SPOON c1970's BEAUTIFUL TEA STRAINER MODERNIST

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