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I purchased these awhile back, not knowing what they are, but thought they were unique. They are 6 1/2" x 2". Only one has a scoop. They seem to be hand painted and there's a signature on one.  There is nothing on the bottom as to the maker.

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I don't know why the second pic is sideways. It says M. Crowley.

They look like eyeglass holders. The scoop must go with a sugar bowl or something similar.

Thanks for your help.

Not sure on the scoop but the others are teaspoon holders for tables.

Stack spoons in them and leave accessible on serving or table areas. My mom's got crystal ones.

Are these used today or are they old?
Thanks for your help.

Certainly old/antique depending upon the mark. I think these went out in the 20-30s'.

Here's one with links to others: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Antique-1920s-Noritake-Spoon-Caddy-Holder-b...

Here is an exact match for the shape, been hand painted by another person.

Vintage China Spooner

$35

Thanks to everyone for your information. Greatly appreciated.

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