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A very fine Charles II Trefid Spoon made in London in 1673 by John Smith.


The Spoon is modelled in the Trefid style with a rat tail on the reverse of the bowl. The stem rises to a pronounced trefoil end which is engraved with a set of contemporary initials surrounded by prick dot decoration, most probably stylised flower heads. The stem displays a very crisp set of marks and the spoon has a very good colour. The bowl is in excellent condition, with a thick tip, and the stem is of a quite exceptional gauge, especially at the bottom.

Length: 7.8 inches, 19.5cm.