Jane Lambe was the widow of George Lambe (who had been bound to one of the main spoonmakers of the period) and she carried on the business after his death by July 1922 under her own maker's mark, their son Edward being apprenticed to her in 1731. The Lambe family marks are mostly to be found on flatware.
These spoons, 7.4" (19cm) long, are engraved with the crest of a boar passant, bristled and gorged with a garland for the families of Bradley, Edgcumbe, Haslam or Pyke.

Product Weight : 430g (13.82tr.oz)