London, South Kensington
14 June 2006
AN ELIZABETH I SILVER SLIP-TOP SPOON,
MARK OF "CRESCENT ENCLOSING A MULLET", LONDON, 1585,
Back of bowl contemporaneously engraved with an armorial shield for Hobart of Blickling Hall, Norfolk, with a crescent for difference, 6¼ in. long (15.8 cm.), 1.5 oz.
James R.Ogden, Duke St., St. James's, October 1979.
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