A rare William III Britannia Standard Transitional Pattern Spoon made in London in 1700 by Lawrence Jones.
A rare William III Britannia Standard Transitional Pattern Spoon made in London in 1700 by Lawrence Jones.
A rare William III Britannia Standard Transitional Pattern Spoon made in London in 1700 by Lawrence Jones.
A rare William III Britannia Standard Transitional Pattern Spoon made in London in 1700 by Lawrence Jones.
A rare William III Britannia Standard Transitional Pattern Spoon made in London in 1700 by Lawrence Jones.

A rare William III Britannia Standard Transitional Pattern Spoon made in London in 1700 by Lawrence Jones.

1700 London

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The Spoon is modelled in the transitional pattern as the styling is moving from the Trefid to the Dognose end. The Spoon has a plain rat tail on the reverse of the bowl and displays a very crisp set of marks. The top of the stem is engraved with a most unusual early Heraldic device. Lawrence Jones had a very successful Spoon making career and was apprentice to John King 1676-1686.

Length: 7.6 inches, 19cm.
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