Large hammered vintage Jam/preserve spoon embellished with a fun 1960’s marquise cut diamante ‘floral spray ‘detail set to one side of the spoon.
Manners and Tone of Good Society (1879), the seminal guide to victorian dining, outlined how to navigate around the vast array of cutlery and serve ware in the Victorian age. Touching food with bare hands was not acceptable behaviour. The Victorians also relished the romantic and sentimental language of flowers. Flowers have been used as symbols of love, appreciation, and remembrance for centuries.
This pendant is pictured suspended from an 18″ recycled sterling silver ball chain (un-hallmarked) Choose between a silver ball chain as pictured here or a silver curb chain necklace, pop a note with your choice in the special instructions at the checkout.
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