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Australian Silver

Arts and Crafts Austrailian Silver Spoon
Made by Sargisons of Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaLength: 15cm

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Arts and Crafts Silver Wafer Box
Unmarked Silver
Makers stamp
William Mark
circa 1909-1920
Diameter: 7.5cm
Height: 5cm
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William Mark, known as Bill, was born in Scarsdale, Victoria, Australia on 12th June 1868. He trained in Melbourne under J R Rowland, (87 & 91 Little Collins Street East, Melbourne - Enamelled Gold and Silverware; the enamelling champlevé), before travelling to England in the late 1890's. Here he worked for a time in the London workshop of Nelson Dawson (1859-1941) who founded the Artificer's Guild in 1901. By the end of 1900 Mark joined C R Ashbee's Guild of Handicraft as a jeweller and then moved to Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire with them and stayed until they disbanded in 1908. (Continued.....click image)
Australian Arts and Crafts Silver Ladle
James Linton
Perth, Australia
Length: 12cmDiameter: 3.5cm

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Australian Arts and Crafts Silver Spoons
James LintonPerth, Australia
Length: 8.5cm

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Australian Arts and Crafts Spoon
Sargisons Hobart, Tasmania
Marked: Sterling Sargisons
Length: 11.5cm


6 available
£ 69.00
Australian Silver Butter Knife/Letter Opener
'Flowering Gum' Pattern
John Harris
Harris & Co
Western Australia
14.5 cm
£ 98.00
Australian Silver Flower Spoon
Terry Walsh
Perth
Mark: TW conjoined STG.SIL
12 cm
£ 69.00
Australian Silver Spoon
'Fringed Lily' Silver Spoon
Terry Walsh
Perth Mark: TW conjoined STG.SIL
12 cm
Boxed With label: Terry Walsh Silversmith Perth Western Australia
£ 69.00
Australian Silver Spoon
Silver Flower Spoon
Terry Walsh
Perth Mark: TW conjoined STG.SIL
12 cm
£ 69.00
Australian Silver Spoon
Maker: MM Hobart

12.5 cm

2 available
£ 69.00
Australian Spoon
Made by Sargisons of Hobart, Tasmania, Australiac1920s
Length: 12cm

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Broken Hill Silver Shovel
Austrailian Spade
Broken Hill was a silver mine in Austraila
This was probably made as souvenir from silver mined there
Length: 9cm

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JAMES LINTON Silver Spoon

James Linton
Perth11.cm
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James W R Linton was a British artist, teacher and craftsman who had studied metalwork under Harold Stabler and was active 1869 to 1947, a leading exponent of the Arts and Crafts style in Perth, Western Australia. Together with his partner Arthur G Cross they produced jewellery and silverware including spoons. His elder son James Alexander Barrow Linton (Jamie) was born in Perth in 1904 and studied metalwork at the Central School of Arts in London in 1925. He returned to Perth and went into partnership with his father and died in 1980.
SARGISON Silver Jam Spoon
Sargison

Hobart
13.5 cm

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Silver "Puzzle" Box
Ants Nest circa 1980's
Made by Puzzle, Sydney, Australia
Marked on base with map of Australia, Sterling and Puzzle
Length: 9½cm

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