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".
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.