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Because inns did not have anything as luxurious as spoons for their guests, innkeepers expected their well-heeled customers to supply their own.Indeed, the phrase “born with a silver spoon in his mouth” actually reveals quite a bit about the time—whether or not one had a spoon, not to mention its quality and value, spoke volumes about an individual’s socio-economic status.Look for marks such as “EP” or “A1” on the back of the stem. This process of applying a thin layer of silver to a base metal body was first widely employed in the 1820s, so a silver-plated spoon will be no earlier than this date.Most surviving spoons dating from before this time would have been made of solid silver, although the poor might use crude spoons of less durable materials such as wood or horn.Therefore a spoon made in two pieces in likely to be very early indeed. Until the late 17th century, says Helliwell, bowls tended to be large in proportion to the stems, which were slender and delicate up to this point. Apart from apostle spoons, with finials in the shape of saints, most spoons made before 1800 will look attractively plain to the modern eye.Helliwell explains that during the 19th century, decoration became more elaborate, more extensive and more heavily embossed, extending even to the bowl in the case of fruit spoons.

As the dovetail joint evolved through the last one hundred thirty years, it becomes a clue for the age and authenticity of antique furniture.

The sterling-silver standard is still enforced in England today by the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths.

The earliest surviving spoons of note are the Apostle spoons, which generally date from the 15th century.

During the 20th century, practical plainness became the norm again.

Heavy decoration therefore suggests a 19th century date, although Helliwell also points out that some earlier spoons were restyled during this period.