A boxed set of six Australian sterling silver tea spoons, Sargison's (Harold Sargison), Hobart, 1930s, the bowls and spade-shaped terminals with a hammered finish, the square-section shafts with a twisted centre, the terminals monogrammed 'L' in cameo, fit
A set of twelve small Australian sterling silver spoons. Sargison's (Harold Sargison), Hobart, 1930s, marked 'Silver'. Six larger and six smaller of conforming design, each with a teardrop-shaped beaten bowl on a square-section shaft twisted mid-length, th
Sargisons boxed set of 6 sterling silver spoons, designed by Harold Sargison, made by Sargison's, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, 1920 - 1940. Beautiful arts and crafts beaten bowls, twisted handles capped with amythist stones.
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