A superb quality, 19th century, English copper spatula. This is made from a very heavy gauge of copper and it has a turned end, shaped like a shepherds’ crook, so that it can hang. The top of the handle is beaten out into an unusual shape which makes it quite different to most utensils of this type. Originally it would have been totally covered in tin but this has now been removed to reveal the copper beneath. It dates from c.1860 and it is in excellent condition.
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