An Irish Silver Tea Caddy Spoon for UNICEFSOLD

This charming Irish Silver Caddy Spoon was made in Dublin by C.O'M in 1981.

It appears to be a commemorative piece for the Charity UNICEF by the Irish Times and has the charity logo of a mother holding a child engraved on the top of the handle while  the back of the bowl is beautifully hand planished.

Irish silver is of course rarer than English, and highly collectable. Caddy spoons are also very collectable as well as useful items, and I feel this beautiful piece of Irish silver would be suitable as a collectors item or as a functional object around the home!

The caddy spoon is in excellent condition, with no damage or repair, and measures 9.5cm in length and weighs 21.1g.

Type: caddy spoon
Function: Teaware
Country: Irish

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