Edwardian Sterling Silver Sugar Sifting Spoon Fancy Paisley Holes Sugar Fan Shaped USA
This is a marked sterling silver antique American sugar sifting spoon or shell shaped sugar sifter spoon made 1890-1910, during the late Victorian or Edwardian period.
The pierced sugar sifting spoon is 5.25 inches long with a 1.75 inch in diameter shell shaped bowl pierced with fancy star and paisley shaped holes and a fancy shaped floral and beaded handle.
The sugar sifting spoon is in excellent condition and is a beautiful asset for the tea table.
Sugar sifting spoons were developed to sift the crushed sugar available before modern granulated or powdered sugar onto tea time muffins, crumpets or pancakes.
16.4 grams sterling silver
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