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    Sale 5929

    The Sunday Sale - Property of the Late Monty Lewis, removed from Hyver Manor & Property of the Late Dr. William Lindsaygordon

    29 March 2009, London, South Kensington

  • Lot 160

    A WILLIAM AND MARY WEST COUNTRY SILVER TREFID SPOON

    MAKER'S MARK ONLY OF DS, STRUCK FOUR TIMES TO BACK OF STEM AND ONCE TO INSIDE OF BOWL, PROBABLY FOR DANIEL SLADE OF EXETER, CIRCA 1695

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    A WILLIAM AND MARY WEST COUNTRY SILVER TREFID SPOON
    MAKER'S MARK ONLY OF DS, STRUCK FOUR TIMES TO BACK OF STEM AND ONCE TO INSIDE OF BOWL, PROBABLY FOR DANIEL SLADE OF EXETER, CIRCA 1695
    The terminal engraved with a heart motif, the back of terminal prick-dot engraved with initials I.I over M.I over the date 1695; together with two Charles II silver trefid spoons, one with unidentified maker's mark of TS with a bird below, London, circa 1670, the back of terminal prick-dot engraved with initials MI, the other with mark of John King, London, date letter indistinct, probably 1671, the back of the terminal prick-dot engraved with initials *T*S
    4 oz. (124 gr.) (3)


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    For an illustration of the maker's mark on the second spoon see, Ian Pickford (ed.), Jackson's Silver and Gold Marks of England, Scotland & Ireland, Woodbridge, 1964, p. 130.

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