This charming antiQue Milk Glass Child's Toy spooner was made Circa 1900, and is quite rare. A Victorian Eapg opaque glass pattern called 'Wild Rose' - this spooner is Quite detailed for children’s toy dishes! This creamy white milk glass child’s spooner is entirely covered with an ornate embossed Wild Rose pattern in Outstanding detail! It has double handles that appear to be entwined with vines and roses, and a Very fancy, scalloped, rose pattern rim. Remnants of painted highlights remain. Several children’s glass pieces were produced in this milk glass pattern, including a sugar, creamer, spooner, and punch set. The maker is yet unknown. This SweEt antiQue toy spooner measures 1 3/4 inches tall to the top of the rim, and 2 1/2 inches tall to the top of the handles X 4 1/4 inches wide including the handles, and 1 3/4 inches across the top rim not including handles. In Excellent condition! Shown on page 230 of "Toy Glass" by Doris Lechler, 1989. A GrEaT hard-to-find item for any collection of children’s Victorian glass dishes!