English Arts and Crafts seal top spoon fashioned in sterling silver. London, 1964, made by the Guild of Handicrafts, with a hand hammered fig shaped bowl with long rat tail and a long slender, tapered hexagonal stem that terminates in a lobed seal finial. Length: 6 inches. Weight: 1.38 troy ounces/ 43 grams. Excellent condition with no damage, dents or repairs. Attractive hand hammered surface. This spoon is from an original design by Charles Ashbee and was fashioned by Hart of Chipping Camden. George Henry Hart resurrected the Guild of Handicrafts that had been started by C.R. Ashbee and later moved to Chipping Camden in 1902. George Hart ran the Guild from 1912 and was joined by his son, Henry, in 1930. His grandson, David, runs the shop today. This spoon is fully hallmarked on the bottom of the stem.