At the height of his influence, Charles Spurgeon licensed his name and image to an incredible variety of makers of ephemeral goods; photographers, publishers, tobacconists, and makers of fine goods.
T. Stevens of Coventry was one of the finest makers of woven silk goods in the UK at the time. This was likely by Stevens, but earlier and unsigned. Stevens is today best remembered for his fine small silk panels and bookmarks. They are not printed, but finely woven images. He was apparently deeply interested in the Evangelical cause. He produced panels or bookmarks of C. H. Spurgeon, John Bunyan, John Knox, memorializing the Great Ejection of 1662, etc.
There are several variants of the Spurgeon "stevengraph" silk bookmark. This is one we haven't seen before and likely predates the others and dates from perhaps the early 1870's.
This example in fine condition, one small crease across center. Unusually fine condition.