Here is the third spoon I spoke of in an earlier post. I do so appreciate your help here. This is the only website I have found to be of help. This Norwegian spoon has a bird at the top and a cow with trees below. It is very smal at 4 3/4". Hope someone can help. Thanks you so much.
Hello, According to a new book by Per Bredo Ã˜stby, called "Norske gull-og sÃ¸lvstempler gjennom tidene 1500-1950"(Norwegian gold- and silvermarks, 1500-1950), this mark was used by Aslak SÃ¸rensen Hodne, Kristiansand, b. 1858-d. 1936 Regards, many45
Well, now you know a lot about your spoon: It was made by Hans Hohles SÃ¸lvvarefabrikk (Hans Hohle's Silverware Factory) between 1927-1936, and afterwards stamped by the local silversmith Aslak SÃ¸rensen Hodne. It was not uncommon for a local silversmith to stamp items made elsewhere. Regards, many45