An exceptional, fine and impressive antique Charles I English sterling silver seal-top spoon; an addition to our 17th century silver flatware collection
This exceptional antique Charles I sterling silver spoon has a pear shaped bowl to a faceted stem.
The rounded bowl of this impressive seal top spoon* is plain and unembellished, apart from the feature assay mark.
The faceted stem terminates with a knopped circular seal matrix/die bearing the emblem of a demi-griffin with one wing extended.
This exceptional example of 17th century silverware features later gilding; the gilding could be removed upon request.
* Seal top spoons became popular in England in the later 16th and 17th centuries.
1.5 troy ounces/46.5g