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An extremely fine pair of William III Britannia Standard Trefid Spoons made in London in 1698 by Seth Lofthouse.

£ 2,950

The Spoons are of the Britannia Standard, are modelled in the Trefid style and display a bead and reed rat tail on the back of the bowl. The top of the stem is engraved with a set of contemporary scratch engraved initials. The Spoons are in quite excellent condition, are very well marked and have a fine colour.

Seth Lofthouse was registered as a plateworker in 1697 and had workshops in Bishopsgate when these spoons were made.

Length: 7.35 inches, 18.38cm.