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R E Stone Caddy Spoon, 1937

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£185.00
Caddy Spoon - George V Coronation - London 1937 by R E Stone - 7.5cm long; 24g - PE/4225

R E Stone Caddy Spoon, 1937





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This is a wonderful quality silver caddy spoon made by one of the most important silversmith protagonists of the Art Deco movement in the UK - Robert Edgar Stone - and has an engraved facsimile of his signature to the back of the bowl. The spoon was hand-made with the bowl retaining a spot hammered finish and the handle is in the form of the Royal crown. It was made to celebrate the coronation of King George VI in 1937 and is decorated thus to the terminal. It has been made from a good gauge of silver, consequently having a nice solid feel in the hand and is in fine condition.
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