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SANDHEIM

Julius Wolfe and his brother Adolph Abraham Sandheim formed a firm of watchmakers in 1875 and in 1908 Adolph entered a hallmark for Sandheim Brothers as gold and silver workers. Julius had been taught by and executed designs for W Augustus Steward, the editor of The Watchmaker, Jeweller and Silversmiths trade Journal and Chief Instructor at the Central School of Arts and Crafts. By 1915 they had a shop at 130 High Street, Notting Hill Gate in West London and the business was carried on by Adolph's daughter Amy Sandheim from the same address who continued producing several of their earlier designs as well as her own. After she married she continued using her maiden name, but reverted to Sandheim by deed poll in 1937. (Julius changed his name by deedpoll the same year to Sandeman). Amy (Alice) died in 1958.
AMY SANDHEIM Silver Coffee Pot
London 1923
Height: 18 cm

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Sandheim Brothers Silver Basket
Sandheim Brothers
London 1916
Width: 25.4 cm
Height: 18 cm

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An unusually large piece by the Sandheim Brothers, probably commissioned as a wedding present. In the centre fine hand engraved contemporary roundel in the Arts and Crafts Style
Silver Caddy Spoon
London 1925

Amy Sandheim
9.5 cm

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Silver Caddy Spoon
London 1919
Sandheim Brothers
Length: 10cm

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Silver Cream Jug and Bowl
London 1916
Sandheim Brothers
Diameter: 9½cm (bowl)
Height: 6cm (cream jug)

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Silver Serving Fork
London 1929
Amy Sandheim
Length: 20cm

Good Weight

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Silver Spoon
London 1924
Amy Sandheim
Length: 21cm

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Silver Spoon
London 1914
Sandheim Brothers
Length: 19cm

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Silver Spoons
London 1915Amy SandheimLength: 16.5cmSOLD
Silver Sugar Caster
London 1915
Sandheim Brothers
Height: 16.5cm

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Silver Tea Pot
London 1914
Sandheim Brothers
Length: 22cm
Height: 11cm (top handle)

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Silver Teaset
Amy Sandheim
London 1923
Teapot Height: 16 cm
Width: 28 cm

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