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WILLIAM & MARY Sterling Silver Trefid Spoon. London 1694 by Lawrence Jones

Reference
8503
Extremely well preserved trefid spoon made by Lawrence Jones in London 1694.
The hallmarks and makers mark are very clearly stamped on the reverse of the stem. The top of the stem is engraved with a widows diamond shaped lozenge.
ARMS: Widow of Sir John Stonehouse (1639-c1700) 2nd Baronet of Radley, impaling Briggs for his marriage (October 1668) to Martha, window of Richard Spencer and heiress of Robert Briggs.
Lawrence Jones was apprenticed to John King in 1676 and his highly successful career is recorded in Grimwade.
This excellent spoon would grace any Early Spoon collection.

Length: 8 inches (20.3cm)
Weight: 2.48 troy ounces (77.3 grams)
Year
1694
Medium
Sterling Silver
Origin
London
Condition
Excellent with a very pleasing patina