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A very fine James II Lace Back Trefid Spoon made in London in 1685, Makers Mark of EH with a Crown above.


The Spoon is modelled in the Trefid style and the reverse of the bowl is decorated with scroll work, flower heads, beaded bands and a reeded rat tail. The top of the reverse of the stem is engraved with the contemporary prick dot initials M.W., above the scratch engraved intials IL. The front of the stem is also decorated with crisp lacework, as well as the unusual beading. This example is very well marked, has a very good colour and fine bowl.

Length: 8 inches.