Colonial table spoon. Any help appreciated.

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Colonial table spoon. Any help appreciated.

Postby 42jbb » Sun Mar 19, 2017 1:28 pm

Hi I have this colonial table spoon. I can't work out the maker. The punch is quite bashed. I think it might be Jamaica or Barbados. The initials are the portrait instead of Landscape the usual for the region. If any one can provide any information. I would be very grateful.


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Re: Colonial table spoon. Any help appreciated.

Postby WesternPA » Mon Apr 10, 2017 9:27 pm


The letters look to be TD with a pellet between - the crudeness of the letters is similar to the published mark of Thomas Dixon of Bermuda, working circa 1784, which would be about the right period. The published mark has a different shape to the punch but the style of the die-sinker is quite similar, at least from my perspective. Perhaps this is an alternate mark for Thomas Dixon?


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