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Maker(s):Moulton, Joseph, III
Culture:American (1744-1816)
Date Made:ca. 1790
Type:Food Service
Place Made:United States; Massachusetts; Newburyport
Measurements:overall: 4 7/8 in; 12.3825 cm
Accession Number:  HD 61.484
Museum Collection:  Historic Deerfield

Silver teaspoon with a pointed oval bowl with an incised triangular drop on the back and a pointed-end handle with bright-cut decoration, which is marked "J+M" in a rectangle for Joseph Moulton III (1744-1816), and engraved with the initials "I*P" in a bright-cut oval on the front of the
handle. Son of silversmith William Moulton (1720-c.1793), Joseph Moulton III probably apprenticed with his father and possibly trained with his silversmith uncle Joseph Mouton II (1724-1795) in Newburyport. Stephen Decatur attributed three marks to Joseph Mounton II, two of which ("JM" in a rectangle, and "I. MOULTON" in a rectangle) and a third ("J M" with a cross between in a rectangle) Louse Belden suggests were shared by Joseph Moulton II and his nephew Joseph Mouton III.

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