Miniature teaspoons

David Clayton British

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The production of miniature silver furniture and tea, coffee, and chocolate equipment was a specialty of goldsmiths known as "toy men." The miniatures were probably intended for dollhouses. From the mid-eighteenth century in England until the present, porcelain and fine earthenware miniatures have been made as well.

Miniature teaspoons, David Clayton (British, active 1689), Silver, British, London

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