Georgian tea caddy spoon

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Georgian tea caddy spoon

Made by Cox & Betteridge and bought from an antiques shop in Worcestershire in 1974.

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  • 1. At 19:23 on 1 June 2010, Andrea wrote:

    Does anybody know anything about the makers of the spoon, Cox & Betteridge? We think we may be related to the Betteridge side of the partnership. It would be very interesting to research its history. Please post any information to this site. A Betteridge

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Birmingham

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