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ANTIQUE SILVER MARROW SCOOPS

Click on the antique images to see enlarged images of our sterling silver marrow scoops. Our antique silver marrow scoops are available for online purchase as well as being available within our store in the London Silver Vaults. All of our antique sterling silver marrow scoops purchased online will be delivered with free transit insurance. You may also be interested in Antique Silver Serving Spoons.

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A very handsome Antique Victorian Sterling Silver marrow scoop in the plain Old English. Made by the Lias Brothers of London in 1861. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver marrow scoop are length 22 cms (8.75 inches), and it weighs approx. 51g (1.6 troy ounces).

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A very handsome Antique Victorian Sterling Silver marrow scoop in the plain Old English. Made by the Lias Brothers of London in 1861. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver marrow scoop are length 22 cms (8.75 inches), and it weighs approx. 51g (1.6 troy ounces).

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A very handsome Antique Georgian George III Sterling Silver marrow scoop in the Old English Thread pattern, having a double-struck and hand-chased thread. Made by William Eley of London in 1819. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver marrow scoop are length 23 cms (9 inches), and it weighs approx. 60g (2 troy ounces). Please note that this item is crested.

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A very handsome Antique Georgian George III Sterling Silver marrow scoop in the Old English Thread pattern, having a double-struck and hand-chased thread. Made by William Eley of London in 1819. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver marrow scoop are length 23 cms (9 inches), and it weighs approx. 60g (2 troy ounces). Please note that this item is crested.

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Antique Georgian sterling silver marrow scoop made by Peter, Anne, and William Bateman of London in 1799. Length 23 cms (9 inches).

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Antique Georgian sterling silver marrow scoop made by Peter, Anne, and William Bateman of London in 1799. Length 23 cms (9 inches).

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Antique Georgian sterling silver marrow scoop made by Ebenezer Coker of London in 1749. Length 20.5 cms (8 inches).

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Antique Georgian sterling silver marrow scoop made by Ebenezer Coker of London in 1749. Length 20.5 cms (8 inches).

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An Antique Georgian Sterling Silver marrow scoop made by Smith & Crossley in London in 1790. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver marrow scoop are length 23 cms (9 inches), and it weighs approx. 56g (1.8 troy ounces).

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An Antique Georgian Sterling Silver marrow scoop made by Smith & Crossley in London in 1790. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver marrow scoop are length 23 cms (9 inches), and it weighs approx. 56g (1.8 troy ounces).

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Antique Georgian sterling silver marrow scoop made by Samuel Roby of London in 1742. Length 21 cms (8.25 inches).

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Antique Georgian sterling silver marrow scoop made by Samuel Roby of London in 1742. Length 21 cms (8.25 inches).

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   Antique Georgian silver marrow scoop made by Charles Hatfield of London in 1732. Length 22 cms.

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Antique Georgian silver marrow scoop made by Charles Hatfield of London in 1732. Length 22 cms.

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Antique Georgian sterling silver marrow scoop with table spoon end made in London in 1728. Length 21 cms.

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Antique Georgian sterling silver marrow scoop with table spoon end made in London in 1728. Length 21 cms.

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Antique Georgian sterling silver marrow scoop made in London in 1733. Length 22 cms (8.75 inches). Crested on back of larger scoop.

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Antique Georgian sterling silver marrow scoop made in London in 1733. Length 22 cms (8.75 inches). Crested on back of larger scoop.

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A very handsome Antique Georgian George II Sterling Silver marrow scoop, having a hand-chased shell back above heel on reverse. Made by Ebenezer Coker of London in 1752. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver marrow scoop are length 22 cms (8.75 inches), and it weighs approx. 55g (1.8 troy ounces). Please note that this item is monogrammed.

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A very handsome Antique Georgian George II Sterling Silver marrow scoop, having a hand-chased shell back above heel on reverse. Made by Ebenezer Coker of London in 1752. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver marrow scoop are length 22 cms (8.75 inches), and it weighs approx. 55g (1.8 troy ounces). Please note that this item is monogrammed.

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   Antique Queen Anne Britannia standard silver marrow scoop made in London in 1704 (with thin scoop reversed). Length 23 cms (9 inches).

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Antique Queen Anne Britannia standard silver marrow scoop made in London in 1704 (with thin scoop reversed). Length 23 cms (9 inches).

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Learn more about antique silver MARROW SCOOPS here.

Antique Silver MARROW SCOOPS description:

A piece of cutlery designed to extract marrow from boiled bones.

Antique Silver MARROW SCOOPS history:

There are now very few examples of silver marrow scoop made before 1700. The vast majority were made in the 18th century and 19th centuries. They were made up until about 1900.

Antique Silver MARROW SCOOPS design:

The most common is the double-ended type with two scoop widths to extract marrow from different bones sizes. Earlier ones often had a spoon end. Very rare early ones hade a scoop and fork.

Antique Silver MARROW SCOOPS collectors note:

The level of craftsmanship and their aesthetic qualities determine their value. Unusual ones from the 18th century command the highest prices. But they must also be undamaged with good clear hallmarks (usually on the stem). Allot of the earlier ones have suffered from crimping of the hallmark, and many were crested or monogrammed.



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