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Slip Top Spoon, 1632

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Spoon - Slip top - London 1632 by Daniel Cary - 17.2cm long; 51g - DB/8315

Slip Top Spoon, 1632









Details

This is a good, satisfying Charles I period silver slip top spoon. It carries all the features that you would expect from a spoon of this type: hexagonal profile stem with fattening towards the cut-off terminal, fig-shaped bowl and date letter stamp located towards the stem end.

 

Made by Daniel Cary, one of the finest and most prolific spoon makers of the early 17th century, this spoon has been made from a good gauge of silver and consequently has a pleasing weight and unworn bowl. The stem end is engraved with an original initials and the condition and patina are excellent. The "D" enclosing a "C" maker's mark is slightly worn, but clearly the mark of Daniel Cary.

 

A fine example.

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