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A rare William III Britannia Standard Transitional Pattern Spoon made in London in 1700 by Lawrence Jones.


The Spoon is modelled in the transitional pattern as the styling is moving from the Trefid to the Dognose end. The Spoon has a plain rat tail on the reverse of the bowl and displays a very crisp set of marks. The top of the stem is engraved with a most unusual early Heraldic device. Lawrence Jones had a very successful Spoon making career and was apprentice to John King 1676-1686.

Length: 7.6 inches, 19cm.