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WILLIAM III CHESTER. A very rare Marrow Spoon made in Chester circa 1697 by Peter Pemberton I

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This very rare example has a marrow scoop shaped stem and typical wide bowl, for this early period. The reverse of the stem is decorated with a reeded rat tail and the top of the scoop is engraved with a double set of contemporary script initials. The Spoon displays a very good makers, illustrated on page 389 of Jackson. It is believed that this is the earliest know marrow spoon from Chester.

Length: 8 inches.

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Year
1697