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JAMES I. An early James I Slip Top Childs Spoon made in London in 1605 by the specialist Spoon maker William Cawdell.


The Spoon is made in the rare Childs size and displays a fig shaped bowl and faceted slip top stem. The stem is very well marked and displays a good date letter at the top of the stem and Leopards Head Crowned in the bowl. This piece is in excellent condition, is of a good colour and has a fine bowl. Spoons of this rare size are particularly scarce from this date.

Length: 4.5 inches.