An exceptional, fine and impressive pair of antique Edward VIII English sterling silver Arts and Crafts tartlet servers made by Omar Ramsden – boxed; an addition to our silver flatware collection.
These exceptional antique Edward VIII sterling silver tartlet servers have shaped rounded blade, all in the iconic Arts and Crafts style.
The surface of each subtly convex blade has a planished finish.
Each exceptional server handle has a ribbed stem to a volute scrolling terminal; this handle style is a variant of Onslow pattern.
These antique sterling silver tartlet servers are fitted to the original hinged wooden box with satin and velvet lined interior, securing with two hinged catches.
The interior of the box bears the retailer’s mark ‘Omar Ramsden, Artist Goldsmith, London England’.
These impressive servers were hand crafted by the collectable and renowned Arts and Crafts silversmith Omar Ramsden and bears the Latin engraving* ‘Omar Ramsden Me Fecit’ – Omar Ramsden made me to the underside.
* This addition mark was used by Ramsden after the partnership of Ramsden & Carr, with Alwyn Carr, ended in 1919.
Width of blade 8cm/3.1″
8.7 troy ounces/271g