Georgian Sterling Silver Marrow Scoop

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An early 19th century George IV sterling silver marrow scoop.

The scoop was used to get the bone marrow out of cooked bones, it has a large spoon at one end and a narrow spoon at the other.

The scoop has Sterling Silver hall marks for London in the reign of George IV and the maker 'J.B' for John Beebe (1826-35) known for making flat ware.

The scoop also has a heraldic crest of a bird with it's wings open, sitting on a crown.

The scoop is in very good condition with clear and well struck hall marks. (Circa 1826)

Length 22.5cm (8.9 inches)
Weight 51g (1.8oz)