The set (67.166.1–.13) includes a master spoon with a figure of Christ and twelve apostle spoons. Martin Hewitt who made the Saint Andrew spoon had served his apprenticeship under William Cawdell. Both were specialist spoonmakers.
Inscription: Incised on under side of bowl near stem: F • S
Marking:  Leopard’s head crowned (London assay office mark)  MH, conjoined in a shaped shield (maker's mark for Martin Hewitt, entered 1613–14)  Lion passant (English quality mark for sterling)  Lombardic capital Q, in shield (London date letter of 1613–14)
Location of marks:  in bowl near stem – on back of stem near bowl
Frith Family (in 1650) ; James B. Mabon Sr. (until 1967; to MMA)
Artist: James Cox (British, ca. 1723–1800)Date: 1766Medium: Case: gold with diamonds and paste jewels set in silver, pearls; Dial: while enamel; Movement: partly gilded brass and steel, wheel balance and cock of silver set with paste jewelsAccession: 1982.60.137On view in:Gallery 540