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Exeter Trefid Spoon, 1711

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Spoon - Trefid with Beaded Rattail - Exeter 1711 by John Elston - 21.5cm long; 61g - FS/5315

Exeter Trefid Spoon, 1711









Details

At 8.5" long, this is a good-sized, handsome trefid spoon with a fine clear set of early Exeter Britannia Standard hallmarks - the Assay Office opened in 1701. The bowl is decorated to the reverse with a beaded rattail (some wear) and the spoon is excellent condition with original dot-pricked betrothal initials over “1712” to the reverse terminal and later engraved script initials to the front terminal. This is a top quality spoon made by a top west country maker with a satisfying feel in the hand.

 

 

 

 

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