This replica of the English coronation spoon (used for anointing the monarch during the ceremony) was made in 1910-1, as a souvenir for the coronation of George V. The handle has geometric and "Celtic knot" designs and an animal head at base, facing the bowl. The bowl has engraved scrolls and flower forms. There is a light gold was over the entire piece.
Interesting as a historical souvenir, or with its medieval styling, as a decorative object.
Birmingham hallmarks for year (1910-11) and maker (Elkington & Co.).
Size: Approximately 7" long. Weight: 45 grams (1.44 troy ounces)
Estate silver will be in used condition, but I will take care to note any defects or condition problems arising from heavy use or abuse.