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A rare set of three Charles II Trefid Teaspoons made in London circa 1683, makers mark of IH with a crown above and star below.

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The Teaspoons are modelled in the Trefid style, with a rat tail on the rverse of the wide bowl. The front and reverse of the stem are engraved with stylised foliate designs and the reverse of the bowl with a foliate motif. The top of the stem is engraved with an oval cartouche containing a set of contemporary initials. Each is in excellent condition and are all well marked with the makers mark of IH with a crown above and star below. This mark is shown on page 140 of Jacksons, Silver & Gold Marks. It is most unusual to find a set of teaspoons in crisp original condition from this period.



Length: 4.5 inches, 11.3cm

Year
1683