Two Fine and Heavy Arts and Crafts Spoons in Original Fitted Case

Maker: 
Omar Ramsden
Dated: 
1935
Dimensions: 
7.9" long (20cm)
Weight: 
6 oz

Each with fig-shaped bowls and with a sunken rat-tail emerging from the upper sides of the stems. One stem cast and chased as overlapping leaves lightly textured terminating in a leaf bud finial, the other of pentagonal section and hammered finish with two entwined thorny branches running from the bowl up to a leafy bud finial. In original fitted wooden case, the inside of the lid printed in black lettering "Omar Ramsden Artist Goldsmith London England".

Price: 
£1200

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Omar Ramsden, the most prolific of all Arts and Crafts silversmiths, has long been a favourite amongst collectors and it is easy to see why. The variety and scope of his output together with a very broad price range ensures that there is something for everyone. He produced a wide range of spoons and these are amongst the biggest and best and being in their original fitted case is an added bonus.