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Auction: Silver and Objects of Vertu
was auctioned on: 22 October 2014
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A JAMES I SILVER MAIDEN HEAD SPOON, AND A CHARLES I SILVER L...

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Estimate: US$2,000 - US$3,000
Price realised:  US$4,000
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A JAMES I SILVER MAIDEN HEAD SPOON, AND A CHARLES I SILVER LION SEJANT SPOON
THE FIRST MARK OF DANIEL CARY, LONDON, 1609; THE SECOND NEWCASTLE, CIRCA 1644, MAKER'S MARK PROBABLY A PELLET K
A JAMES I SILVER MAIDEN HEAD SPOON, AND A CHARLES I SILVER LION SEJANT SPOON THE FIRST MARK OF DANIEL CARY, LONDON, 1609; THE SECOND NEWCASTLE, CIRCA 1644, MAKER'S MARK PROBABLY A PELLET K The first with cast silver-gilt maiden head terminal, the reverse of bowl engraved with three cinquefoils and a mullet, marked on reverse of handle and inside bowl; the second with cast silver-gilt lion sejant finial, the reverse of bowl prick-engraved GF/AH 1644, marked on reverse of handle and inside bowl The larger 7 in. (17.8 cm.) long (2) 2 oz. 10 dwt. (78 gr.)

Informations about the auction
Auction house: Christie's
Title: Silver and Objects of Vertu
Date of the auction: 22 Oct 2014
Address: Christie's
22 October 2014, New York, Rockefeller Center