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ARTS & CRAFTS

Some of our current stock of SOLID SILVER ART & CRAFTS  ITEMS - ALL FULLY HALLMARKED STERLING SILVER.
ARTHUR GUNN Silver SPOON - HOLLY
Birmingham 1962

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Length: 14 cm

Well hand raised bowl with hand engraved foliage

Arthur Mainwaring GUNN worked in Church Stretton Shropshire
£ 165.00
ARTHUR GUNN Silver SPOON - LEAVES
Birmingham 1962

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Length: 14 cm

Well hand raised bowl with hand engraved foliage

Arthur Mainwaring GUNN worked in Church Stretton Shropshire
£ 165.00
GEORG JENSEN  Silver SPOON
Import London 1931

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Length: 16 cm
Pattern Number 152
£ 125.00
GEORGE JENSEN 2 Silver SPOONS - ACANTHUS

Discover our GEORGE JENSEN 2 Silver SPOONS - ACANTHUS



Import London 1924

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Length: 11.5 cm

Designed by Johan Rohde in 1917
£ 59.00
GUILD of HANDICRAFT Silver CADDY SPOON - CHARLES & DI WEDDING
London 1981

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Length: 8 cm

Engraved: Prince of Wales Feathers - Made to commemorate the wedding of Charles and Diana
£ 130.00
H G MURPHY Silver SPOON
London 1931

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

With Falcon Studio Mark

Length:10.5 cm
£ 150.00
HARRODS Silver SPOON
London 1915

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Length: 14 cm

RB is the mark for Sir Richard Burbridge who was Chairman of Harrods Stores Ltd.
£ 79.00
HARRY WARMINGTON Silver CADDY SPOON
London 1957

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Length: 7.5 cm

William Henry Warmington (Harry) went into partnership with George Hart after the Second World War to reestablish the Guild of Handicraft in Chipping Campden and occasionally used his own maker's mark

£ 145.00
WINIFRED KING Silver PICKLE FORK
Birmingham 1932

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Length: 15.5 cm

Winifred King and Mildred Murphy traded as W King & Co. - originally registering their mark at the Birmingham Assay Office as craft workers based at The Studio, Old Palace Chambers, Earl Street, Coventry. Unmarked spoons turn up boxed with this printed address and their work has been noted from 1923 until the workshop was bombed in 1940.  All the girls apprenticed there received a ring on their 21st birthday; Irene Jackson received hers in 1937. Gladys and Charles Mumford also worked there and later moved to Falmouth where they continued working until the 1980's and selling items on the QEII.) One of their patrons was HM Queen Mary. Winifred King died in 1964.
£ 85.00