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Danish spoon, 2 sets of marks

Posted: Tue Dec 21, 2010 8:24 am
by jok23
I have this soup spoon which has marks for Copenhagen 1874 and a makers mark on the handle and then two other marks on the back of the bowl. I was wondering if anyone knows what the marks are, who made the spoon and where it was made.

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http://i251.photobucket.com/albums/gg31 ... 0_0844.jpg

Maybe one set are import or retail marks.

Re: Danish spoon, 2 sets of marks

Posted: Tue Dec 21, 2010 3:35 pm
by Hose_dk
In 1859 the castle in Frederiksborg caught fire and was burned to the ground. When the castle was rebuild money was found in a lottery.
called ‘Kunstflidslotteriet'
'Bortlodningen af indenlandske Kas a short name. The official name was konst- og Konstflidsarbeider for at fremme Samvirken mellem Konst og Haandværk', translated into Art and artwork to promote the cooperation between art and handicraft.

And that was a poor translation. The man waling hall mark is that one. Maker you can find yourselves under Danish halmarks. 3 towers (with year of manufacture) - guardein and maker.

Re: Danish spoon, 2 sets of marks

Posted: Tue Dec 21, 2010 3:38 pm
by Hose_dk
Hose_dk wrote:In 1859 the castle in Frederiksborg caught fire and was burned to the ground. When the castle was rebuild money was found in a lottery. called ‘Kunstflidslotteriet' as a short name.
The official name was konst- og Konstflidsarbeider for at fremme Samvirken mellem Konst og Haandværk', translated into Art and artwork to promote the cooperation between art and handicraft.

And that was a poor translation. The man waling hall mark is that one. Maker you can find yourselves under Danish halmarks. 3 towers (with year of manufacture) - guardein and maker.


rubbish in the quate you read what I intended to write.