Learn about Caddy Spoon

A caddy spoon is a short handled spoon used for measuring the dried tea from the tea caddy, where it was stored, to the teapot, and most commonly in use from the late 1700's to the mid Victorian period, although examples continue turning up dated into the early 1900s. Caddy spoons were produced in all shapes and forms ranging from traditional patterns of the 18th century to striking designs by artist craftsmen of the 1920s. Arts and Crafts caddy spoons in particular show the widest range and diversity of style. At the turn of the 20th century established designers of the day put their own interpretation on traditional forms and caddy spoons were produced in silver, copper, brass and pewter. They are recognized for their simple elegant shapes, hand-hammered finish and are often decorated with enamel or cabochon gemstones. Caddy spoon collectors may concentrate on specific makers and their individual hallmarks, and enthusiasts are always looking for less prolific or unrecorded makers.

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Edwardian sterling silver caddy spoon, Birmingham 1904 makers Levi & Salaman, Wt. 14g approx.

18th century tea caddy spoon. Heavily chased silver and gilt decorated with a skull, angel, tree of life etc. Marked cross hammers S and crossed swords 13, approx 13 cm L, 50g

A George ll silver pap boat, Charles Chesterman I, London,1753, a George lll sterling silver waiter, John Schofield, London, 1778 and a George lll caddy spoon, Elizabeth Morley, London, 1803, the silver pap boat of plain design, the circular waiter with ca

George III sterling silver caddy spoon, hallmarked, Birmingham, 1799, to bowl and Dublin silver handle, total weight 10gm

George III sterling silver caddy spoon, hallmarked Birmingham

A George III silver caddy spoon, plain form, circular bowl, engraved handle. Hallmarked London, 1804. No makers mark. Weight 13.3g.

A Victorian silver caddy spoon, scrolled handle, shell form spoon, unmarked.

Georgian caddy spoon with a scalloped bowl, sterling silver georgian hallmarks 1794, approx 10g

Victorian sterling silver caddy spoon, hallmarked Birmingham 1876

A Japanese.950 silver figural caddy spoon, mid 20th century, with the decimal.950 sterling mark of period and fan stamp, the spoon in the form of a kimono attired geisha musician, her open parasol serving as the bowl, and the finial in the form of her sha

Six various sterling silver caddy spoons, English, American and other, 20th century, various dates and makers. Total weight 107gr. Length 10 cm and smaller

Sterling silver caddy spoon with a Renaissance revival terminal, marked Wallace sterling, approx 25g & 10 cm long

Sterling silver caddy spoon, modelled as a geisha holding a parasol

A collection of six .833 and .800 Dutch silver serving items, comprising two sifter spoons, scissor tongs, nips and two caddy spoons with Teniers style decoration to the bowls and windmill terminals; hallmarked to most, silver weight 294gr length 17 cm. An

Antique Danish silver tea caddy spoon, marked Copenhagen 12 cm L, 15g

A Georg Jensen sterling silver 'Cactus' tea caddy spoon, after 1945, with incuse mark, from the 1932 design by Gundorph Albertus, marked sterling Denmark underside. Silver weight 26gr. Length 10 cm

A George III silver caddy spoon, plain form with leaf embellishment. No makers mark.

A George III silver caddy spoon, fiddle form, ribbed border; Sarah & John William Blake, London, 1814.

A George III silver caddy spoon, fiddle form; Jjc, London, 1795. Weight 14.3g.

Sterling silver caddy spoon, Hanoverian pattern, marked Sheffield, 1936, Tb&S, 15.9g

Georgian sterling silver caddy spoon thread pattern, marked JW, Birmingham, 1808, approx 9.3g

Two Georgian caddy spoons hallmarked Birmingham 1808 & Chester 1836

Victorian sterling silver caddy spoon hallmarked London 1895 (Mappin & Webb (John Newton Mappin)), 11.4 cm long, 24 grams approx

A fine Victorian sterling silver caddy spoon, 1864/5 London, with maker's mark for Henry & Henry Lias, the caddy spoon with a scallop shell bowl to a beaded stem and rounded terminal decorated with a pendant cushion shaped motif; hallmarked to unde

Two sterling silver caddy spoons, 1999 Sheffield, with Tudor rose stamp and maker's mark of Robert Carr, and; 1962/63 Sheffield, with maker's mark for F. Howard, two scallop shell caddy spoons, one with a shaped unadorned handle, the other with an

Two sterling silver caddy/baby spoons and a sterling silver baby food Pusher, 1929/30 London, with maker's mark for Robert Pringle; 1973/74 Edinburgh, with maker's mark for Shetland silver, and; USA, maker's mark for page & Baker, a pierced

Two silver caddy spoons, possibly Austro-Hungarian with 13 loth mark?, and; Indonesian silver with Aa and chess piece mark, the scallop shell caddy spoons, one with a fiddle pattern stem, the other shaped with cast floral designs; hallmarked to both, silve

A sterling silver caddy spoon. 1822 Birmingham, with maker's marks It in cartouche, a 'Fiddle pattern' spoon with a shovel bowl; hallmarked to finial. Silver weight10gr. Length 11.5 cm.

A George III silver shell bowled caddy spoon, bright cut handle, lobed bowl. London 1777 by Thomas North century ote.

A George III shell bowled caddy spoon, Old English pattern, fluted bowl. London 1800 by Elizabeth Morley, a noted caddy spoon maker.

Sterling silver jockey hat caddy spoon, hallmarked Birmingham 1973

A sterling silver caddy spoon, French silver sifting spoon, French silver server, a ladle and sugar tongs.

A George IV Hanoverian pattern silver caddy spoon, maker William Withers London 1828.22gm

Four Victorian silver spoons including three tea caddy spoons (two plain form, one Kings pattern) and one sugar spoon. Various makers. Weight 42.2g.

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