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Antique Victorian Plate Stuffing Spoon

  • Sheffield, circa 1885
  • Dimensions: 12 1/4 inches long

A handsome Antique Victorian Silver Plate Stuffing Spoon that is decorated in the ‘Fiddle’ pattern. Dominant throughout the nineteenth century, the ‘Fiddle’ pattern was the most popular one in tableware. Originating in France, it first appeared in England during the 1760’s. The production of plain ‘Fiddle’ pattern ceased approximately at the time of World War 1.

This Antique Victorian Silver Plate Stuffing Spoon has a plain oval bowl and is quite elegant in design. Stuffing Spoons are quite practical and useful especially during the Holiday season.

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