In business since 1682, this company was known worldwide for their cutlery and silversmiths. Located in Sheffield, they produced tableware as well as knives and straight razors, all marked with the six pointed Star and Maltese Cross. Electroplating was invented in 1850, and the sugar sifter spoon was popular during both the Victorian and Edwardian eras, so the actual date of this piece is unclear. The handle has the Fiddle shape and Wings. The bowl is a scalloped Shell shape and has multiple holes for sifting sugar over your teacup. Such a unique and lovely piece, and in such wonderful condition deserves a special home!