It also looks to be quite old and has a well used / worn feel to it, could be back a few centuries?. It is a piece of bone that has been worked with one end halved to be used as a utensil, tool or possible marrow scoop or similar?.
This George III period spoon is both beautiful and functional for serving food or as part of a collection Irish silver being more scarce than English silver is very sought after and collectable on its own.
These wonderful spoons were crafted by the Irish SilversmithJoshua Buckton in 1817. Hallmarked for Dublin and carrying his mark they measure 14cm long. Two of the teaspoons have indents to the front of the bowl (see photographs).