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Product Ref #108766
An early Charles II Seal Top Spoon, made in London in 1661, maker's mark IC above a cockerely, probably for John Cox; having a large baluster seal top with gilt remnants over a faceted, hallmarked stem and large, fig shaped bowl. Initials to back of bowl I above ID. Measuring approx. 7.25" (18.cm) long.
Product Weight : 66g (2.12tr.oz)