A popular collectible today, the spooner or spoonholder, provided as much symbolic value as function for Victorian society. The prominently displayed spoons were a clear sign of ready hospitality, as well as a status symbol for the increased affluence among the expanding middle class who could now afford silver spoons, or at least a good facsimile. Along with the majority of other Victorian. Today's collectible interest has generated a ready supply of old spooners for the secondary market. Made in a wide variety of metal, ceramics, and glass, you can tailor a collection to many individual criteria.
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