Cast from fine non-tarnishing, no-lead pewter, this shield-shaped tea caddy spoon features a prick engraved shield with checkerboard engraving. It is a reproduction of a piece in the Colonial Williamsburg collections.
- 19th-century reproduction tea caddy spoon
- Non-tarnishing pewter
- 3 1/2" x 1 3/8"
- 1.25 oz.
- Hand wash
- Blue gift box
- Made in USA
- WILLIAMSBURG exclusive!
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During the eighteenth century drinking tea was an important social custom in England and America. The practice of serving it required both distinctive manners and specific equipment. Because tea was a valued commodity, the leaves were stored in a locked tea caddy to prevent theft. Tea caddy spoons were often purchased separately to scoop the loose leaves from the caddy to the teapot.