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JOCELYN BURTON Pair Silver Candlesticks
London 1983

Height: 26.5 cm

Weight: 35 oz

Original silk lined boxes - Stamped: Charles de Temple 52 Jermyn Street  London SW1

Jocelyn was in partnership with Charles de Temple when she first started - she made gold jewellery that retailed in his Bond Street shop in Street that specialised in avant garde jewellery

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AURUM Silver 'FITZWILLIAM MUSEUM CUP'

London 1975

This was the 12th item of 59 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

In original white box with certificate, large detailed booklet with photo and original brown posting box

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 Marked to base:

97/150 Four hallmarks – Shield with arms of Richard Fitzwilliam, seventh Viscount Fitzwilliam. The arms are lozengy, argent and gules. The motto beneath, Deo Juvante, is an abbreviated version of the full motto Deo adjuvante, nontimemdum.

Edition of:                                 150

Designer:                     Jocelyn Burton

Maker:                         Hector Miller

Sponsor’s Mark:        JB

Weight:                       12 oz

Height:                        23 cm                                      Cost new:        £388

Booklet certificate signed by Lord Butler of Saffron Walden, Chairman the Fitzwilliam Museum Syndicate

 Each cup is made from sixteen separately formed pieces of silver and set with five 8 carat cabochon topaz

1975 was a notable year in the history of the Fitzwilliam Museum The new extension was completed and the first exhibition held there was opened by Her Majesty the Queen Mother in July. The exhibition was Cambridge Plate spanning seven centuries including examples from their own collection and pieces on loan. This cup was included demonstrating that the arts of designing and making fine silver still flourishes

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AURUM Silver 'St PAUL'S CATHEDRAL' BOWL
London 1975

Original white box, certificate, leaflet, letter and photo

This was the 11th item of 59 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

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Engraved to base:

NUMBER  31 OF A LIMITED EDITION OF 900 MADE BY ORDER OF THE DEAN AND CHAPTER OF ST PAUL’S CATHEDRAL TO COMMEMORATE THE 300TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE LAYING OF THE FOUNDATION STONE IN 1675

Edition of:                   900

Designer:                     Jocelyn Burton

Maker:                         Hector Miller – Stuart Devlin Workshop

Maker’s Mark:            JB

Weight:                       7oz

Diameter of Bowl:      11.5 cm   Cost new:  £94 - £186 pair - £370 x 4

Before starting the rebuilding of St Paul’s following the Great Fire, Christopher Wren stood on the empty site and called for a stone to mark the centre of the new building. A workman pulled a fragment of an old gravestone from the rubble and handed it to him: it was inscribed ‘Resurgem’ - ‘I shall rise again’. It had already been rebuilt three times and now for the fourth, like a phoenix from the ashes. Over the great south door of the completed cathedral stands the carved phoenix which he placed there, above the solitary word ‘Resurgem’

AURUM Silver 'St PAUL'S CATHEDRAL' Goblet
London 1975

This was the 10th item of 59 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

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Engraved to base:

NUMBER 587 OF A LIMITED EDITION OF 600 MADE BY ORDER OF THE DEAN AND CHAPTER OF ST PAUL’S TO COMMEMORATE THE 300TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE LAYING OF THE FOUNDATION STONE OF THE CATHEDRAL IN 1675

Booklet certificate signed by Martin Sullivan, Dean of St Paul’s

Edition of:                   600

Designer:                     Jocelyn Burton

Maker:                        Hector Miller –Stuart Devlin Workshop

Maker’s Mark:             JB

Weight:                       10.5 oz

Height:                        16 cm                                      Cost new:        £127

Before starting the rebuilding of St Paul’s following the Great Fire, Christopher Wren stood on the empty site and called for a stone to mark the centre of the new building. A workman pulled a fragment of an old gravestone from the rubble and handed it to him: it was inscribed ‘Resurgem’ - ‘I shall rise again’. It had already been rebuilt three times and now for the fourth, like a phoenix from the ashes. Over the great south door of the completed cathedral stands the carved phoenix which he placed there, above the solitary word ‘Resurgem’.

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JOCELYN BURTON Silver BEAKER
London 1976

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Height: 14 cm
Weight: 12 g

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JOCELYN BURTON Silver Box
London 1978

Diameter: 10 cm
Height: 3.5 cm

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JOCELYN BURTON Silver DISH
London 1982

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Diameter: 10 cm

Commissioned by London Merchant Securities Ltd

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JOCELYN BURTON Silver Goblet
London 1971
Height: 16.2 cm

In original box - retailed by:
Jean Renet, 1a Old Bond Street, London, W1 

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JOCELYN BURTON Silver 'SEAHORSE' GOBLET
London 1972

Height 19.7 cm

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JOCELYN BURTON Silver Shell
London 1983

Length: 8 cm

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JOCELYN BURTON Silver Snail Bowl
London 1972
Diameter: 11.5 cm
Height: 4 cm
Base set with Malachite

Original box

JOCELYN BURTON Silver Spoon
London 1984
14 cm

Limited edition of 250 to mark the Centenary of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children

In original box with signed certificate

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JOCELYN BURTON Silver Tea Caddy
London 1979
Height: 13.7 cm

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Cast Cocoa Bean to finial. Caddy lined with Rosewood Original Box - Silk lined lid printed: Jocelyn Burton for the Cocoa Association of London

Engraved to base:The Cocoa Association of London Limited 50th Anniversary 1929-1979
Jocelyn Burton Westminster Cathedral Silver Goblet
London 1979
Limited edition of 1000 produced by Art and Craft Editions Limited

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