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Daniel Cary Slip Top Spoon, 1636

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£1,995.00
Spoon - Slip-top - London 1636 by Daniel Cary - 17.2cm long; 48g - RY/3269

Daniel Cary Slip Top Spoon, 1636








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This is a good-sized example of a Charles I period silver slip top spoon made by one of the most important spoon-makers of the period, Daniel Cary. The spoon has a good weight and is engraved "VK" to the slip end. The bowl is unworn with a thick rim, but the spoon has some pitting which may be a result of burial at some point (perhaps hidden during the Civil War?). The hallmarks are spread in typical slip top fashion with the date letter towards the handle terminal to prevent fraudulent additions of a cast finial.
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