Good condition, commensurate with the age, as per pictures. Made by James Ward, Sydney, late 1800's-early 1900's. James Ward advertised himself as a hot water engineer, plumber, copper smith, and iron-founder.
These are quite a beautiful treasure circa 1890s-1910. We've had these for quite along time, now is time to let someone else enjoy them. Stainless steel Serving spoons like the glass beads have been hand made, you can still see all the tool marks on the spoons and beads although very faint.
This is a very old Food chopper, heavy metal with a wooden red handle. It is made by "Beatrige Utility". Made in England. Has surface rust. Pick up is in Mordialloc, 3195. Dimensions: 24 cm l x 19 cm w x mouth of mincer 10 cm w.