The Kingdom of Norway is a constitutional monarchy with over
148,000 square mile area and a small population of only 5 million.
However, it was a popular tourist destination during the season and
also a prolific maker of spoons.
These pretty Bergen spoons are available in a range of colors. I
suspect that they were sold in sets.
A number of spoons were made depicting the flag of Norway in pretty
Pretty enameled spoons
souvenir style enameled spoons
Two beautifully enameled spoons by David Anderson.
I have placed one in reverse and as you can see it is also custom
engraved on the back,
but otherwise these two spoons are the same.
This very well designed spoon from Norway features a naked
woman holding aloft a baby.
The name of this statue is “Mor og barn”, and it was made
the Norwegian sculptor and artist Arne Durban (1912-1994).
The statue is placed in Byparken (The City Park) in Sandefjord
The statue was erected on 17 May, 1950 (The National Day of Norway
– the date when Norway separated from Sweden)
The bowl is an embossed picture of
better pictures of this spoon and other nude spoon images can be seen
by clicking here
A number of other Norway spoons are shown in other exhibits
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