Dryad Metal Works silver spoon

Description

A silver spoon made by the Dryad Metal Works in 1932. This is one of a small number of silver spoons made by the Dryad Works and illustrated in their catalogue, circa 1920 (No. 62). The spoon has a winged cherub design to the top. The spoon is fully hallmarked with the rare Dryad Metal Works makers mark, Birmingham, 1932. The back of the spoon has a monogram “L.G.C” and was probably used as a presentation spoon.

Details

Dimensions:    5″ long by just over 1″ at widest point

Weight:   Approximately 25 grams

Condition:   Good

Price:   £85