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The spoons feature unusual decorations on the handles and in the bowl and family crests. They are hallmarked with a lion passant in the cartouche used around 1740-1750 and bear the hallmark of Ebenezer Coker, a well-known woman silversmith operating in mid 18th century and specializing in spoons. The spoons are in excellent condition, no visible damages. Length (each): 4.5 inches, width (bowl): 7/8 inches, total weight of the set: 3.4 oz. A highly unusual and collectable full (6) set of spoons.
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Rare set of six ornate spoons by E. Coker
$566 USD SOLD
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