Most patterns had Jelly Spoons in two sizes, both basically of the same shape, often having a shell shaped bowl. Some displayed slightly pointed tips. The larger may be referred to as a Preserve Spoon with the smaller being called a Jelly spoon. But sometimes they are both called Jelly Spoons, just the large Jelly Spoon and the small Jelly Spoon.
A few patterns had Honey Spoons, which were really a jelly spoon with a pointed tip that the manufacturer stated was designed to cut into the honey comb. Other patterns referred to their jelly spoons as Marmalade Spoons. Once again, this was an example of the manufacturers using different names for the same utensil.
(Preserve spoon shown in Narranganset by Gorham)
(Preserve Spoon Shown in Hanover by Gorham 7 7/8 inches)
(Large Jelly Spoon shown in Lotus by Gorham 7 3/4 inches)
(Jelly Spoon shown in Chrysanthemum by Gorham)
(Honey Spoon shown in Louis XV by Whiting)