I don't know if these designs have some relationship to Korean culture or if they are simply pretty designs. If anyone knows more about this, please contact me.
Apparently the set had some relationship to the Korea First Bank because that name and insignia is on the back.
I don't know if these spoons were made as a gift to an executive, investor or for novelty purposes. I would appreciate any comments.
modern tourist Korean yin-yang enamel spoons (marked silver)
Set of modern silver (800) chop sticks (7.875"
200mm) with a serving
The back of the spoon is engraved with Chinese characters which indicates that this was related to a wedding (anniversary?) in 1992. My translators think that this set was a wedding present from the groom and the name and enameling style appears to be Korean.
close up view of the nice workmanship
Click to see another set of unusual round enamel Korean forks and spoons