Silver Caddy Spoons

With the very first examples originating from the 1770s, caddy spoons were used to measure out the correct amount of dried tea leaves, an expensive luxury commodity at the time. They are named caddy spoons after tea caddies, the storage containers for the tea that the spoons were often kept with. Antique silver caddy spoons are extremely popular among collectors today, and Steppes Hill Farm Antiques has a vast collection of caddy spoons in many designs, made in the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

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J B Carrington, London 1892
£1250.00
Josiah Snatt, London 1806
£485.00
William Pugh, Birmingham 1809
£350.00
Josiah Snatt, London 1802
£280.00
Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1809
£490.00
Lawrence & Allen, Birmingham 1802
£265.00
Thomas James, London 1813
£365.00
William Pugh, Birmingham 1813
£395.00
Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1807
£265.00
Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1804
£375.00
Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1799
£495.00
Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1809
£695.00
Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1813
£495.00
Sandheim Brothers, London 1920
£495.00
William Thomas Pavitt, London 1929
£440.00
John Blake, London 1806
£265.00
Albert Edward Bonner, London 1912
£425.00
William Esterbrook, London 1827
£285.00
A E Jones, Birmingham 1920
£320.00
Bernard Instone, Birmingham 1927
£750.00
Henry George Murphy, London 1933
£495.00
Bernard Instone, Birmingham 1927
£495.00
Omar Ramsden, London 1927
£750.00
Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1797
£285.00
Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1806
£525.00
George Ferris, Exeter c1820
£395.00
Omar Ramsden & Alwyn Carr, London 1909
£2750.00
A E Jones, Chester 1914
£495.00
A E Jones, Birmingham 1919
£550.00
A. Edward Jones, Birmingham 1915
£595.00
John Maitland Talbot, Edinburgh 1896
£895.00
Artificers' Guild, London 1931
£695.00
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