Tiny Snuff Spoon, 1799
Snuff Spoon - Old English pattern - London 1799 by Eley & Fearn - 8.7cm long; 6g - MH/7118
This tiny Georgian silver spoon would have been used as a snuff spoon and quite often placed inside a table snuff box for common use at the after-dinner dining table.
Made in the Old English pattern, this 3.4" long spoon was made by the most important specialist spoonmakers of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, Eley & Fearn. It is free from personalised engravings and remains in fine condition.