Decorated spoons in enamel and silver decorated in ice cream colors from just a little while back. English.

Set of six silver spoons with guilloché enamel decoration to the outside of their bowls with each adorned with enamel in a different color, and the end of the handle of each with a ball of a conforming color affixed. 1933. Made in Birmingham, England. Turner and Simpson, silversmiths. Maker’s marks: hallmark for the silversmith; Birmingham date mark of 1933. Image © 1stDibs.com, Inc. 2021. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/dining-entertaining/sterling-silver/set-of-six-birmingham-coloured-enamel-silver-spoons/id-f_24066812/#skuId=f_24066812S1
Set of six cymric silver and enamel coffeespoons, each with tendrils issuing from the bowl forming the handle with stylized floral decoration in blue and green enamel to the terminal end in an original Liberty and Company fitted leather case. 1904-1905. British. Archibald Knox (1864-1933), designer for Liberty of London. Maker’s marks: (lion passant), (anchor), “Liberty and Company, e, CYMRIC”. Image © 2021 Heritage Auctions. Fair use license. via https://fineart.ha.com/itm/silver-and-vertu/flatware/a-set-of-six-liberty-and-co-cymric-silver-and-enameled-coffee-spoons-designed-by-archibald-knox-/a/5212-75041.s


Set of six silver and enamel teaspoons each with a green and blue enameled design on the handle that come in their original fitted case. 1927. Made in Birmingham, England. Liberty and Company, makers. Image © 2021 John Bull (Antiques) Ltd. Fair use license. via https://antique-silver.co.uk/john-bull-antiques/arts-crafts-art-nouveau-art-deco/6-liberty-co-arts-crafts-silver-enamel-tea-spoon-teaspoon-set-birm-1927

Peacock feathers that will never make you sneeze from Silver Studios. Founded in 1880 in London by Arthur Silver, they did a lot of design work for Liberty of London.

Peacock feather wallpaper. ca. 1895.
Peacock feather wallpaper. ca. 1895. Grass paper wallcovering. Designed by Arthur Silver for Rottmann-Silver. Image © 2019 Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture (MoDA), Middlesex University. Fair use license. via https://vads.ac.uk/large.php?uid=220014&sos=0

"Peacock Feathers." 1887. Furnishing fabric.
“Peacock Feathers.” 1887. Roller printed cotton. Arthur Silver, designer. Designed for Liberty and Company. Rossendale Printing Company, maker. Image © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Fair use license. via http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O78872/peacock-feathers-furnishing-fabric-silver-arthur/

Sketch of symmetrical overlapping peacock feathers. Preparatory drawing for a wallcovering designed for Rottmann-Silver in 1884.
Sketch of symmetrical overlapping peacock feathers. Preparatory drawing for a wallcovering designed for Rottmann-Silver in 1884. Central feather in gold, green and blue. Eye with blue, green, mauve and orange. Pencil and gouache on copy paper. Image © 2019 Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture (MoDA), Middlesex University. Fair use license. via https://vads.ac.uk/large.php?uid=219866&sos=0