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20th Century Design Silver
Arts and Crafts - Art Nouveau - Art Deco
The firm of Charles Boyton and Sons was founded in 1809 and eventually wound up in 1933. The director Charles Boyton (1885-1958) a Liveryman, broke away from the old firm and set up wholesale silversmiths in Marylebone Lane and a retail premises in Wigmore Street in 1934 although pieces bearing his facsimile signature date from 1930 while he was still working for his father. Some of his work is inspired by the Pyramid pattern designed by Harald Nielsen in 1926 for Georg Jensen. Boyton's business had closed by 1939.
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