An outstanding Alwyn Carr large silver spoon

Price range: Sold

A really great silver spoon by Alwyn Carr,  Carr was one half of the Ramsden & Carr partnership that split after the first world war.  Omar Ramsden went onto to great commercial success, whilst Alwyn Carr remained a studio silversmith whose work is far rarer.    This spoon is an exceptional example of his work.  Large and heavy, the terminal is designed with a still crisp depiction of St Christopher crossing the river with a child on his back.   There seem to be initials or letters incorporated into the design – possibly “CFFVY”.  Clearly hallmarked for London 1922.  Excellent condition with crisp design and hallmarks.

Maker: Alwyn Carr

Designer: Alwyn Carr

Date : 1922

Marks: AC, London,  “g”

Material: Sterling silver

Condition: Excellent

Size: 21cm long

Weight: 97 grams, 3.4 oz

SKU: A487 Category:

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Art nouveau, Arts and crafts