This is an early 18th-century (1724) solid sterling silver berry spoon.
Made by Jane Lambe, one of the very few early female silversmiths, her mark features a lamb over her initials I.L.
The spoon bowl with gold wash, hand chased and repousse fruit decoration.
A lovely lion crest. Free from monograms or inscriptions.
A rare and fine early example, genuine George I 295-year-old antique silver berry spoon.
HALLMARKS: London, SILVER fineness 925, MAKER Jane Lambe
DIMENSION: 20.5cm (8") long approx.
CONDITION: Excellent condition, no dents and no splits.
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