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Seal Top Spoon, 1623

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Spoon - Seal top - London 1623 by Richard Crosse - 17.5cm long; 49g - TR/8305

Seal Top Spoon, 1623










Details

Dating from the reign of King James I, this fine quality silver seal top spoon was made by the specialist spoonmaker, Richard Crosse. It has a typically decorated cast seal terminal with original dot pricked betrothal initials to the flat plate. The spoon is further engraved with late 18th century initials to the back of the bowl.

 

This seal top spoon is in excellent condition with a well-detailed seal finial and a good, unworn bowl with just one or two inconsequential dings, a lovely patina and a good, clear set of hallmarks. A great spoon at a competitive price.

  

 

 

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