M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES & FINE ARTS

 

 

CHARLES II LACE-BACK TREFID SPOON

Thomas Issod, London, c1678

(T.Z above a pellet and below a crown)

 

 

 

The oval bowl with a molded rattail attachment surrounded by engraved scrolling foliage,

which extends up the flat shaft with an engraved and molded lace-top trefid terminal,

further engraving at the bowl juncture

 

Note:

TZ - Thomas Issod - TZ crowned,

see London Silver Spoonmakers, 1500-1697, Tim Kent, p. 50, #61,

for a discussion of the mark. Lace-back spoons by Thomas Issod have sold for up to ?3750. 

Lace-back trefids are much rarer than plain trefids – the earliest of the modern form. 

The earliest trefid recorded is in 1662, becoming more common in the 1670’s,

and were made only until c1700.

 

Condition: a quite handsome spoon with excellent definition to the engraving and chasing; tiny loss to

trefid lobes on one side; date letter and lion passant soft; pricked terminal initials obliterated or removed

 

1.4 oz.

 

7 1/2” Long

 

SOLD

 

#5787

 

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Also See :

 

 

Charles II Silver Lace-Back Trefid Spoon

Edward Hulse, London 1681

 

 

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Charles II Silver Laceback Spoon, Thomas Issod, London, 1678 

 

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