Welcome - to the Society of Caddy Spoon Collectors!

Caddy Spoon are collected by a growing number of enthusiasts all over the world. They appreciate that nearly 250 years of craftsmanship has created a field of collecting which combines in a unique way historical interest, aesthetic appeal and the opportunity for sound investment.

At the centre of this specialist area is the Society of Caddy Spoon Collectors, which was founded in 1963, by respected antique expert Eric Delieb. Today, as then, the aim of the Society is to offer information and advice to new and established collectors and to share our enthusiasm areaches back to Georgian tind knowledge through a programme of organised social events.

The attratction of caddy spoons is understandable. Their history reaches back to Georgian times. The range of designs is enormous and constantly evolving. Many different materials are used, ranging from copper, pewter and stainless steel to silver and even gold - there are spoons to suit every budget. And over the past 100 years famous silversmiths and craft workshops have applied their creativity and new technical skills to the once modest caddy spoon. That tradition is flourishing today.

Please take a look around our website and then view the benefits we offer. UK Membership is £25 a year, Overseas Membership is £28 a year. If you would like to find out more, simply click on the Contact Us link. We would be delighted to hear from you and welcome you to our Society.

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New Book on Caddy Spoons.
The Story of the Caddy Spoon c.1775 to 2015.  98pp, illustrated in full colour. This book was published by the Society to accompany our special exhibition at the 'Antiques for Everyone Spring Fair', at the National Exhibition Centre in April 2015.  It contains colour photographs of the 600-plus Caddy Spoons exhibited, together with information on styles, makers and materials.  Available via this site, please use the enquiry facility.  Cost is £15 plus postage and packing.

Modern 'Hand' based on Georgian example. Sheffield 1973

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If you share our interests and objectives, the SCSC will welcome you as a member.


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