A Good Arts and Crafts Caddy Spoon

Omar Ramsden
3.3" (8.4 cm) long
1.4 oz

The fig-shaped bowl with typical hammered finish and the handle formed as an enamelled plaque of triangular form with rounded corners within a ropework mount and capped by entwined symmetrical wires with a figure of eight knot at the top.


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Ramsden produced some of the most interesting and finest caddy spoons in the first half of the 20th century, the best either set with semi-precious stones or enamel. Two similar spoons to this example appeared as part of a major private collection sold at Woolley and Wallis on 26th November, 2020 lots 1707 and 1709.