Stirling silver tea spoon - south african silversmith - Norman Watson 9.8 grams


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A Silver tea spoon believed to be made by Durban silversmith Norman Watson.   The spoon is in good vintage condition some fine scratches and engraved with perhaps the owners initials.

Info from Wiki:   The maker’s mark probably represents Dick King who rode from Durban to Grahamstown to carry the message that Durban was being attacked by the Boers. The mark was used by a, believed, Durban silversmith around the 1950’s – 1960’s period.  Dont hesitate to ask any questions.






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