An important York silver trefid spoon made during the reign of Charles II by William Mascall 1667.
Charles II Provincial York Trefid Spoon William Mascall 1667
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 worn rat-tail. There are scratch initials 'S*C' on the reverse of the terminal, length 19 cms, approx. weight 35.5 grams.
Legible marks. The spoon is in good antique condition commensurate with age and normal/light usage. Good patina and colour. Not over polished. Rattail worn.