Spoon

About this object

Narrative

This set of containers and spoons (3443/1-16) were given to the donor's family in the mid-1950s, from their elderly neighbour, Mrs. Bissett, who lived in Hopkins Landing. Her husband had worked for a steamship company which made regular trips to east Asia in the late 19th/early 20th century, and brought many objects home on his return voyages.

Physical description

Small silver salt spoon with small deep bowl. The handle is attached on one side of the bowl like a ladle. The handle has horizontal bands evenly spaced out like a bamboo stalk, and the end is a loop. There is a small maker's mark in the centre of the bowl.