Harold Sargison, a set of six hammered silver coloured small spoons, stamped æSargisonÆs StgÆ, each with a different coloured semi-precious bnall terminal secured with entwined wire, 10.5cm long (4.25in) long, in a case Sargison's, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, fl. 1920 - 1940. An identical spoon to this set was presented to the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney in 2002. The collection was assembled in the 1980s by Dr G W Kenneth Cavill, an Emeritus Professor of the University of New South Wales. In his retirement, Professor Cavill has researched and published the histories of notable Australian silverware manufacturers of the first part of the 20th century.