A Victorian silver Sugar Sifting Spoon with an unusual crest.
A Victorian fiddle pattern silver Sugar Sifting Spoon, London 1870, by Wilson and Davis. The terminal is engraved with an unusual crest of a sailing ship at sea between a palm tree with a coiled snake and a pine tree with a polar bear. Above the crest the motto ‘Caelum non animum’ and the initials ‘G’ above ‘FD.’
Good with some surface marking.
Length – 14.40 cm.; Width – 5 cm.; Weight – 41 gms.