A John Paul Cooper silver spoon

Price range: £495

A rare  John Paul Cooper silver spoon with eagle (or bird) finial.  The spoon is not assayed but carries Cooper’s JPC mark in an oval.  The finial is particularly well done and appears to show an eagle eating prey. The spoon stem is slightly chamfered.

The absence of an assay mark typically suggests the spoon was made for a family member or friend. The spoon is a very good gauge and in excellent condition.

Maker: John Paul Cooper

Designer: John Paul Cooper

Date: c 1910

Marks: JPC monogram

Material: Sterling silver

Condition: Excellent

Size: 14cm

Weight: 31 grams. 1.1 oz

SKU: A1385-1 Category:


For more information see “John Paul Cooper. Designer and craftsman of the arts and crafts movement” by Natasha Kuzmanovic. Also see the Victoria & Albert Museum and Leicester Museum which hold various works by Cooper, who came from Leicester.

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Art nouveau, Arts and crafts