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Rare Antique Strainer Spoon

Sterling Silver Strainer Spoon - Antique Charles II (Circa 1675)

An exceptional and rare antique Charles II English sterling silver strainer spoon; an addition to our 17th century silver flatware collection

SKU C8385


This rare antique Charles II sterling silver strainer spoon has a circular bowl.

The bowl is pierced circular straining holes to one half; this style of strainer bears resemblance to a curd strainer.

This exceptional and large strainer spoon is fitted with a magnificent turned wooden handle, with a circular baluster knop to the terminal.

Such original examples are rare to the market.

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Maker: Robert King

Origin: England

This rare antique strainer spoon is an exceptional gauge of silver, exceptional quality and in exceptional condition.

The British hallmarks, as to be expected consisting of the maker's mark and town mark, struck to the bowl of the spoon are very clear considering the type of item.

Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this piece of 17th century silverware.

Length 48.6cm/19.13"

Width of bowl 7.5cm/2.95"

Height of bowl 2.6cm/1.02"

Length of handle 33.2cm/13.07"

Width of handle 2.7cm/1.06"

4.0 troy ounces/124.7g

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