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BRIAN ASQUITH 10 DOWNING STREET Prototype Place Card Holder
Silver Plated Prototype for a set of Place Card / Menu Holders for 10 Downing Street

Eventually produced in silver for official dinners at the Prime Minister's residence

Height: 8.2 cm
Width: 5 cm

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BRIAN ASQUITH Prince Charles Prototype Coffee Set
Prince Charles Prototype Coffee Set
Brian Asquith1969
Height: 21.8 cm
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In 1969 Brian Asquith was commissioned by the people of Caernarvon to make a 3 piece coffee set in silver to be presented to Prince Charles at his investiture of becoming Prince of Wales.This is the prototype that Brian made in copper. An early example of his use of acrylic. Engraved to base of each piece: Prince of Wales (Dragon Crest) Caernarvon 1969 (3 Feathers Crest)
BRIAN ASQUITH Silver Goblet
Sheffield 1992

Height: 18 cm
Diameter top: 8 cm
Weight: 509 gms

A one off commission for a Director of Glaxo 
Engraved to base: CHARLES A SANDERS. M.D. JANUARY 1990

Loaned to the Goldsmiths' Company for their Brian Asquith exhibition in 1992 at Goldsmiths' Hall

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BRIAN ASQUITH Silver Letter Opener
Sheffield 1977

9.5 cm

Silver Jubilee hallmark


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BRIAN ASQUITH Silver Napkin Ring
Sheffield 1997
Diameter: 4.5 cm

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BRIAN ASQUITH Silver Salt & Peppermill
Peppermill:
Sheffield 1982
Black acrylic band

Saltmill:
Sheffield 1984
White acrylic band
Height: 15 cm
Diameter: 5.5 cm
Total weight: 1304 gms

I believe that only 4 pairs of these were made

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£ 1,500.00
BRIAN ASQUITH Silver/wood box
Sheffield 1980
Diameter: 5.7 cm
Height: 3.3 cm

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Pewter Tea Pot
Height: 17cmLength: 26cm (spout to handle)

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In the 1990's Alberto Alessi asked Brian to interpret original drawings by Dr. Christopher Dresser. This is a prototype he made up in pewter. 
Silver Tea Pot
Sheffield 1967
Brian Asquith
Length: 22cm (spout to handle)
Height: 14cm

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Two 3 Piece teasets were produced in this pattern: One is in the Modern Silver Collection of The Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths'.The other in the Pearson Collection.Apparently only 2 other teapots were produced. We have sold both of them.