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Lot 42
A 17th century silver seal top spoon, marked twice with fleur de lys and a petalled / bead device on the reverse of stem, also with the petalled / bead mark inside the bowl, possibly Salisbury or Barnstable, circa 1630,
Sold for £1,320 (US$ 2,218) inc. premium
Lot Details
A 17th century silver seal top spoon,
marked twice with fleur de lys and a petalled / bead device on the reverse of stem, also with the petalled / bead mark inside the bowl, possibly Salisbury or Barnstable, circa 1630,
with a Salisbury style baluster finial, length 18.7cm, weight 1.61oz.
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