A pair of silver Spoons in the arts and crafts manner by Norah Creswick.
Norah Creswick. [1883-1976].
A pair of silver Puritan style Spoons , Edinburgh 1942.
Registered as an ‘artist-jeweller’ and working from 20, Harrison Road, Norah Creswick produced a variety of small silver and jewellery, often stone-set. She was the wife of the bronze worker and silversmith, Charles Creswick [1883-1965], who was the son of the sculptor Benjamin Creswick [1856-1943]. Norah shared the foundry workshop in Harrison road with her husband and his partners, Jack Creswick (brother of Charles), and William McDonald.
Good with some surface scratching.
Length – 16.70 cm.; Width – 5.10 cm.; Weight of the two spoons – 85.60 gms.