Rare & important Northern Provincial silver spoon York 1667


This is a rare and important North country spoon. Charles II silver trefid spoon hallmarked in York in 1667 made by William Mascall.

It has an oval bowl with a rudimentary rat-tail which has worn. There are scratch initials ‘S*C’ on the reverse of the terminal, length 19 cms, approx. weight 35.5 grams.
Provenance: Private collector known to York Minster Antiques
Length: 19cms
Weight: 35.5 grams
Condition: In overall good antique condition commensurate with age. The rat tail on the back is worn.
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