Marrow Scoop, 1770 by Thomas Dene
Marrow Scoop - Double-ended - London 1770 by Thomas Dene - 21.9cm long; 44g - KO/9148
This is a great example of a typical mid-18th century antique silver marrow scoop. It has two sized bowls used for scooping out the marrowfat from bones, however these days they can double up as ideal cocktail stirrers!
This early George III period marrow scoop is in excellent condition throughout with a clear set of hallmarks, including the T.D maker's mark of the specialist spoonmaker, Thomas Dene.