The Silver Spoon
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Kelly, James (1721). A complete collection of Scottish proverbs: explained and made intelligible. p.101. de Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel (1719). The History of the Renowned Don Quixote de la Mancha, In Four Volumes. Vol.4. Translated by Motteaux, Peter Anthony. p.345.
Although rarity is part of the value of antiques, not every rare spoon is valuable. There are lots of factors that can affect the value of rare vintage spoons: The phrase next appears in a book of Scottish proverbs published in 1721, in the form "Every Man is no born with a Silver Spoon in his Mouth."  Variants [ edit ]
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As is often the case, though, one turn of phrase can be used to mean many different things. It’s also possible that someone may use the expression “cat’s in the cradle” to describe a dangerous situation, although this usage is much less common. The Origins of the Phrase Cat’s in the Cradle