Pair of Antique Charles I Sterling Silver Seal Top Spoons 1629 17th Century

Pair of Antique Charles I Sterling Silver Seal Top Spoons 1629 17th Century
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1629 England
A pair of classic antique Charles I sterling silver seal topped spoons with fig shaped bowls and subtly tapered hexagonal handle with knopped seals on the ends. Each Spoon has the crowned leopard of London hallmark stamped in the bowl and the remaining hallmarks on the back of the handle.

This pair of silver 17th century spoons was made in London, England in 1629 by Daniel Cary.

Measures: Approx. Total Weight - 92g
Approx. Length - 16.4cm
Approx. Width of Bowl - 4.7cm

Each spoon has a full English hallmark.

The spoons are in excellent condition.

Stock code - EAR01 CUT01.
Made in England
Date - 1629

Height 6.46 inch (16.40 cm)
Diameter 1.61 inch (4.10 cm)

CONDITION

Good

MEDIUM

Sterling Silver
£8,250

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