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KSIA Spoon, Chester 1918

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£350.00
Spoon - Medieval Cone Knop - Chester 1918 by Keswick School of Industrial Art - 15.8cm long; 24g - TR/8357

KSIA Spoon, Chester 1918






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This elegant silver spoon was made by the Keswick School of Industrial Art and is a great example of one of their classic designs. Based on a medieval form with a lozenge-shaped shaft, the cone-shaped finial and fig-shaped bowl on this spoon show the attention to detail of which the Keswick School has been rightly acknowledged.

 

The reverse side of the bowl bears a clear example of the sought after KSIA maker's mark and this rare spoon is in excellent condition.

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