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CHARLES II. A fine Trefid Spoon made in London in 1678 by Lawrence Coles.


The Spoon is made in the Trefid style and displays a reeded rat tail on the reverse of the bowl. The top of the stem is engraved with a contemporary initial S. This spoon has exceptional marks and is of a very good colour. The stem of the bowl is of a good gauge and the bowl displays original hammer marks. Lawrence Coles was a prolific quality spoon maker, who had a very long career. He finished his apprenticeship in 1667 and was working into the Queen Anne period.

Length: 7.4 inches, 18.5cm.