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LISKEARD. A very rare seventeenth century laceback trefid spoon made by William Rowe of Liskeard circa 1680-90.
William III. An exceptionally rare Seventeenth Century Britannia Standard Trefid Fork mad ein London in 1697 by William Matthew
HONITON. An exceptionally rare Queen Anne West Country Dognose Spoon made by Richard Sweet III of Honiton circa 1706.
edinburgh 1706. An extremely rare Queen Anne Dognose Spoon made in Edinburgh in 1706 by Alexander Forbes, Assay Master James Penman.
After Paul De Lamerie. A very rare pair of George II Graduated cast Sifter spoons unusually modelled in a serving serving spoon size. Made in London in 1754/55 by William Cripps.
A rare set of six small George II Hanoverian Spoons with Sugar Nips, all contained within their original case. All made in London circa 1750, the spoons by Elias Cachart & the Nips by Humphrey Payne
An extremely rare set of four William & Mary silver gilt scratch engraved Trefid Teaspoons made in London circa 1690, maker's mark of AH, with a crown above and cinquefoil below.
An exceptional early Queen Anne West Country Laceback Trefid Betrothal Spoon made in Chard circa 1703/04 by Richard Sweet II.
CHARLES II An extremely fine & rare Charles II Lace Back Trefid Spoon made in London in 1682 by Lawrence Coles.
An extremely rare set of six George II Scot;s Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons made in Edinburgh circa 1745 by John Welsh.
WILLIAM & MARY. A very fine Seventeenth Century Trefid Spoon made in London in 1691 by Lawrence Coles
WILLIAM III. A fine Trefid Spoon made in London in 1696, makers mark of IP, star above and crescent below.