Tiny spoon Age and use?

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Hi chaps,me again. So afyer a technical issue at work I managed a few hours on the fields,again nothing special but this tiny spoon got me thinking of its use. I did think a salt or slice spoon but also a child's spoon.
No great age but it's tiny in the hand so any thoughts welcome,cheers. 👍That's a ten pence btw.
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might be a tea caddy spoon :Thinking:
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Maybe an egg spoon :Thinking:
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Doll`s spoon :thumbsup:
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Mustard.
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Could be any time from 1840's to recent. EPNS 1840's onwards, chrome 1930's onwards but probably later.
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It would go straight into my scrap bucket. :thumbsup:
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Easylife wrote: Tue Dec 21, 2021 6:34 pm It would go straight into my scrap bucket. :thumbsup:
Philistine. :lol:
"The forest was shrinking, but the trees kept voting for the axe, for the axe was clever and convinced the trees that because his handle was made of wood he was one of them."
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Easylife wrote: Tue Dec 21, 2021 6:34 pm It would go straight into my scrap bucket. :thumbsup:
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