Harry Osaki Sterling Silver Salad Serving Fork and Spoon, Pasadena, CA c. 1960
Boldly hammered with large planishing marks, this salad set was made by Harry Osaki. Better know for his post-war modernist jewelry, Osaki made fine silver flatware also. Osaki trained under the GI bill at USC and was a successful metalsmith working in southern California until his death in 1984.
These sterling silver servers are marked on the back 'OSAKI', HAND-WROUGHT' and 'STERLING'. They measure 8.75 inches long, weigh 6.2 troy ounces and are in very good condition.
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