Early Australian colonial silver is always hard to find. Even teaspoons do not turn up often. This piece is even rarer, being a mustard spoon. It ws made by early Australia silversmith Felix Lynn. Lynn was working in George Street, Sydney in the 1830s.
This spoon is in good overall condition. There is some pitting to the gilded bowl (see picture). It does not appear to ever have been monogrammed.
It measures 10 cm long and weighs approx 13 grams.