Three graduated sizes of antique brass scoops. The scoops were used in a general store for measuring. Such as one scoop of flour or sugar. Very nicely made. Each scoop has a partial slanted bottom towards the front of scoop.
The remaining back portion would set flat keeping the product from spilling. Each handle is rolled with the end closed with a cap. The scoops have tarnished with age.
So to clean or not to clean. As you noticed the largest scoop around the handle at back has quite a bit of solder - repair or just more reinforced because of the size? Nothing on the inside of scoop to suggest a repair. I will leave to you to decide.
The smallest scoop is 8" long from front to back, including the handle. It is 3-1/2" at the widest point. Height is 1-7/8". Middle scoop is 9" long, from front to back, including the handle. 4" wide at the widest point. Height is 2" tall at the back. The largest is 11-1/2" long, including the handle. Width at the widest point is 4-7/8". Height is 2-1/2" tall.
Condition as note: tarnished with soldering on the larger one. A small dent of handle on the smaller one and larger one. Regarding the type of usage they would have received, they are actually decent shape.
Sold as lot. Flat rate priority shipping USA only.