Antique Georgian marrow scoop - .925 silver - England - 1764

Antique Georgian marrow scoop - .925 silver - England - 1764
Good condition - used with small signs of ageing - 44 g

Antique Georgian marrow scoop
Scoop has engraved initial letter ' B '
Maker: Unidentified
Made in England, 1764
Fully hallmarked.

To accommodate the extraction of the marrow from the bone centers, silver spoons with a long narrow scoop
at one end were used, the earliest on record c 1690. These marrow spoons were quickly superseded by marrow
scoops, which had a large scoop at one end, and small scoop at the other - suitable to differing widths of bone.
Scoops were made only until the late 19th century.

Dimensions -
Diameter x height: 23.2 x 2.3 x 1.6 cm
Weight : 44 grams

Condition : General wear and tear, good overall condition, please see pictures.

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Lot details
Antique Georgian marrow scoop
.925 silver
Estimated Period
Country of Origin
Good condition - used with small signs of ageing
44 g
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