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WILLIAM & MARY. An extremely rare Childs Trefid Spoon made in Chester circa 1692-93 by Peter Pemberton I.

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The Spoon is of typical form with a trefoil end to the stem and a reeded rat tail on the reverse of the bowl. The stem is marked with PP, in a shield, for Peter Pemberton I, the word STERLING twice, in a shield shaped punch, and the Gothic date letter C, which was used in 1692-93. These marking are illustrated on page 389 of Jackson and the example cited is a trefid spoon. It is thought that this may be the only trefid spoon, of childs size, from the Seventeenth century, which was made in Chester.

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Length: 5.5 inches, 13.75cm
Year
1692