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Antique English Spoon Warmer

Abeille Antiquités

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Antique English Spoon Warmer
Antique English Spoon Warmer
Antique English Spoon Warmer
Antique English Spoon Warmer
Antique English Spoon Warmer
Antique English Spoon Warmer

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Product Information

Antique; 19th century
Country of Origin:
13" L x 3.75" W x 3.75" H

Why We Love This

Rare 19th-century English spoon warmer with matching large serving spoon. Most spoon warmers are shell-shaped with no spoon. With an elegant base and a separate piece that covers the water receptacle and into which the spoon perfectly fits. It would have been used in large homes where the kitchen was far from the dining room. The base would have been filled with hot water so that the bowl of the spoon would not have been cold when it was placed into the hot dish. Spoon is engraved "MS."
As described by Abeille Antiquités

About Abeille Antiquités

Abeille Antiquités was born out of a passion for vintage and antique items. Rachel Boyette is the daughter of lawyer-turned-antique dealer Beth Fleishman, whose business Knickknack Paddywhack is based in North Carolina. Since graduating from college in 2010, Rachel has lived in France. She developed Abeille Antiquités at the beginning of 2013. With a love for French and English vintage from the first half of the 20th century, she brings you her treasures straight from the source!