London, South Kensington
21 November 2001
A CHARLES II SILVER SUCKET FORK
MAKER'S MARK IS, ATTIBUTED TO JOHN SMITH, CIRCA 1675
the oval bowl with a rat tail back at one end and a two tined fork at the other - 19cm (7 3/8in), 1oz.
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A very similar set of five by the same maker are illustrated on page 215 of Silver Flatware English, Irish and Scottish 1660-1980 by Ian Pickford.
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