A stone set teaspoon by Bernard Cuzner
Like London buses, I have another similarly beautiful silver teaspoon by Bernard Cuzner, this one set with a red stone, possibly coral or dyed agate. Hallmarked with Cuzner’s rare personal mark for Birmingham 1923. Cuzner (1877-1956) was head of metalwork at the Birmingham School of Art from 1910 to 1942. His work can be seen in the Victoria and Albert Museum silver room 67, case 7.
Maker: Bernard Cuzner
Designer: Bernard Cuzner
Marks: B.C, Birmingham, “y”
Material: Sterling silver
Size: 11.0 cm long
Weight: 12 grams, 0.4 oz total weight