William IV Silver Mustard & Spoon. Monogrammed to the cover and with an ornate shell thumb rest and blue glass liner.
The spoon, mustard pot and cover are all hallmarked for London 1831 by William Bateman II. The maker's mark on the mustard body is rubbed, but can be read.
In excellent condition with light surface wear commensurate with age. There is no glass damage. A little play in the hinge and the cover not sitting fully flush to the body.
Approximate total silver weight is 162 grams or 5.2 troy ounces.
Approximate total weight, including liner, is 223 grams.
Approximate mustard dimensions are 10 cm length and 7 cm height.
Apprxomate spoon dimensions are 12.7 cm length and 2 cm bowl width.