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Edward Hole Apostle Spoon, 1623

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£3,450.00
Spoon - Apostle; St John - London 1623 by Edward Hole - 19.1cm long; 56g - AP/3272

Edward Hole Apostle Spoon, 1623









Details

This is an excellent silver apostle spoon dating from the James I period. It remains in fabulous condition with a good, thick rim to the fig-shaped bowl and a fine patina throughout. Of particular note is the clear set of hallmarks; both the bowl mark and stem marks remain very clear and crisp and include a very good example of the "EH" maker's mark for Edward Hole. The gilt apostle finial depicts St John and has a sacred dove nimbus.The reverse of the bowl has dot-pricked initials and at just shy of 2 troy ounces, the spoon has a good weight and balance. This is a really fine example of an early 17th century apostle spoon.
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