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    Clamshell Spoon

    I'm trying to date this site and everything is pre-1830...except this spoon! I wish I never found it
    I'm guessing 1890s or even later, but does anyone have a more educated opinion? There is no writing.
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    Last edited by OxShoeDrew; 10-15-2022 at 03:26 PM.
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    After a washing I notice it was gold colored.
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    Cute doggie ! I believe those fluted spoons were used for serving sugar Drew.
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    Nice find. I agree with Jeff, they are sugar spoons usually when serving tea.
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