Jam Spoon

Object number

LDVAL 3611/2


Decorated jam spoon. Donated to be part of the Becontree Room display.

Physical description

Small, white metal jam spoon. Has floral decoration on both sides of the handle, the tip of which is triangular and slightly surved, and a shallow bowl that has indents on either side at the top.




J.G. Groves was a manufacturer based at Enterprise Works in Sheffield. The Enterprise Works was inhabited by a number of different tradesmen and manufacturers. The main tenant of the works was a company called THE ROCKINGHAM PLATE & CUTLERY COMPANY which was owned by two brothers called Cyril & Percy Potter. The Works were compulsory purchased by the council in the late fifties, in order to build the St Mary’s ring, but were not demolished until the late sixties


Serving, eating and drinking equipment


Whole length: 135mm
Bowl length: 50mm
width: 33mm

Collection type

Social history


Mark Stamped On rear of stem: J.G.G.S / CS

Alternative reference

Entry Number T784/2 (1994-03-18)

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