James Dixon And Sons. Tea Caddy Spoon. 1867.

$95.76

Very sturdy little tea caddy spoon. No adornments, made by a man for other men. Possibly for the military as they required all personal items like this would be to fit inside a tiny, but easily accessible shirt pocket, to the left of the crown on the uniform, which indicates just how much tea was perceived to be essential.

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