A very rare early example of an original pattern novelty George III silver jockey cap caddy spoon made by Samuel Pemberton c 1800. Smaller than the usual examples, and with the decoration on the inside, not on the top as on most later examples, the caddy spoon stands scoop-up, nicely balanced.
Or an identical example see Caddy Spoons an Illustrated Guide by John Norie Plate 96e. Samuel Pemberton Birmingham c 1800. I have many stunning pieces of collector's silver in my shop, please look at my other items.I aim only to list antique silver items that are without damage, repair, alteration or undue wear. My silver pieces are ideal as special gifts, for collectors, for investors, or for resale by dealers. I provide clear descriptions and photos. The silver is photographed in flat natural light, but silver is so reflective that black spots from the camera and other reflections are sometimes unavoidable.
Please check the dimensions of the object carefully as apparent size can be deceptive. Bank details provided on request. Sizes, weights etc are all approximate. The item "Rare George III silver jockey cap caddy spoon Samuel Pemberton Birmingham c1800" is in sale since Friday, May 7, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Cutlery".The seller is "13highstreet" and is located in Bath. This item can be shipped worldwide.