A Charles I provincial silver Seal spoon, fig shaped bowl below a faceted tapering stem, pricked dot number to the back of the bowl, length 18cm, weight 1.9oz, makers mark probably for David Clayden (also known as David Clayton). David Clayden worked in Yeovil during the mid 17th Century.
Alison Snowdon - Valuer & Auctioneer
Ceramics, Decorative Arts and Textiles
Alison specialises in ceramics and textiles with a particular interest in design and decorative arts from 1880 to 1945. She graduated in 2006 with a BA Hons degree in Art History, and brings over ten years’ experience to Fieldings. Her most significant finds to date include a pair of 18th Century Limehouse sauceboats which sold at auction for £36,000, a 17th Century band sampler selling for £1,100 and a collection of Louis Vuitton luggage selling for over £9,000.