|Although many were taking their early inspirations from Georg Jensen, the Bauhaus and Scandinavia, they soon developed their own individual identities. This did not mean they were starting something completely new as for some it was a natural progression. Many of them took over existing silversmith's workshops thus continuing the tradition. Gerald Benney took over an established workshop just off Tottenham Court Road then moved to the South Bank and when he left for Berkshire, Grant MacDonald (b 1947) (6) moved in. Leslie Durbin had worked with Omar Ramsden and when Durbin left his own workshop Hector Miller (b 1945) moved in - Miller had previously worked for Stuart Devlin.