1861 Antique Silver Dutch Sugar Sifter Spoon


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A beautiful asset for any tea table, this early Silver Sugar Sifter Confection Spoon is exceptional and a rare find. Known as a Saupoudreuse or Sugar Sifting Spoon, difficult to come by one as early as this. This piece has an exquisite scalloped pierced bowl, and a hand stippled and engraved feminine handle patterned with elegant Louis XVI Rococo styling. Marked for Dutch silver, date letter for 1861.

The sifter spoon has a fluted and intricately pierced bowl, with little “x’s” and flower shapes. Meant for sprinkling powdered sugar over fruit or dessert – Muffins, Crumpets or Cakes. A gorgeous and sturdy piece to add to your collection of fine silver, and to add to your gracious entertaining.

  • Measures 7-1/4″l x 2-3/5″ x 2-1/8″ for the bowl. 
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