In good 'honest' condition with a little wear to the laceback and marks and a light sharpnes to the bowl. There has been some flaking in the metal which means that one 'ear' is slightly shorter than the other. It has line engraved initial EC which may be twenty or so years later and meaures 7.5" (1.9cm) long.
Thomas Cory used the mark IC crowned and carried on business in both London and Warminster, using different marks. He died in 1689 and was buried in Fleet Street.

Product Weight : 50g (1.61tr.oz)