1 May 2007
AN ENGLISH PEWTER TRIFID-HANDLE CHOCOLATE SPOON
BY BARTON, CIRCA 1680
Touch of the maker 'DB' and helm and the date 1670 in bowl, (O.P.280), the stem cast with a floral scroll with a head at the end of stem
Purchased from Robin Bellamy.
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Barton was one of a very few hammermen who worked in both pewter and silver.
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