Description: This classic, Georgian period sterling silver marrow spoon would have been used on upper class tables in the 19th century. Long and slender with spoons on each end. The back has a hand engraved winged griffin on the back.
Period: Georgian (1713 - 1830), 1800 - 01.
Hallmarks: GS (George Smith IV), lion passant, leopard head (London), E (1800 - 1801).
Information/History: These spoons were used to remove the marrow jelly from bones.
Measurements/Size: 8 5/8" long x 3/4" wide (at the largest bowl) - 3/8" wide (at the narrow bowl), this spoon weighs 42.0 grams.