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Seal Top Spoon, 1634

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£1,350.00
Spoon - Seal top - London 1634 by Edward Hole - 17.7cm long; 47g - KH/9215

Seal Top Spoon, 1634








Details

This antique silver seal top spoon is in excellent condition with crisp detailing to the cast seal top terminal and a good unworn bowl.

 

Dating from the reign of King Charles I, this handsome piece has a typical hexagonal stem and fig-shaped bowl and is a good, conventional example of a seal top spoon. The lion's head hallmark to the bowl is clearly punched and retains its original detail and the hallmarks to the reverse stem are a little worn, but remain legible with the "EH" maker's mark for the specialist spoon maker Edward Hole.

 

The spoon is a fine example of its type and is offered at a very competitive price.

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