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RICHARD GEERE  Silver Goblet
London 1975
16 cm
SOLD

Born in 1932 Geere was apprenticed to Ramsden and Roed and did day release classes at the Central School of Arts and Crafts. After working for Asprey and Stuart Devlin he set up his own workshop.
ROGER DOYLE Silver JUG
London 2003

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Britannia Standard (958)

Height: 10.5 cm
Weight: 311g

Provenance: The collection of Victoria, Lady de Rothschild

ROGER DOYLE born 1947 is a jeweller & silversmith. 1962 pre-apprentice course at the Central School before apprenticeship at Cartier 1963-8. 1969 worked with Louis Osman on Prince Charles Investiture Crown. The V&A Museum has the Dragonfly Clock he designed and made in 1976 and the Goldsmiths' Company a few years later commissioned a miniature silver gilt carriage clock for their collection.

SOLD
ROGER MILLAR Silver Candlesticks
'Rigby's Hex'
Edinburgh 1997
Height 22.5 cm
Diameter: 17 cm
SOLD

With presentation plaque: 'Unilever Farewell 8 July 1997 Crosfeld Rigby's Hex by Roger Millar Glasgow'Roger Millar was born in Glasgow in 1942 and studied at Glasgow School of Art and the Royal College of Art. Most of his life has been spent as an educator in Wales, USA, Dundee, taking over from Bernard Harrington as Head and the same position at the Glasgow School of Art 1984-2005. In recognition of his significant contribution to education in design and craft, he was awarded, in 1999, an Honorary Professorship of the University of Glasgow at the Glasgow School of Art.In 1984 he also set up his own studio in Glasgow and has received many private commissions including those from the Queen, Duke of Edinburgh and the Bute House Silver Collection.
ROGER SPARROW Silver Caviar Spoon
London 1985
17cm
SOLD
In original box - commissioned by Scott's (Seafood Restaurant) Mount Street, Mayfair
ROGER SQUIRES Silver Jug
London 2001
Height:22.5cm
Weight: 27oz
SOLD
RONALD GRANT Silver Hammered Beakers
London 1971
Britannia Standard
Height:6.5cm
Diameter: 6cm
Sold

 Dr. Ronald Grant was a medical practioner whose interest in silver began after World War II, when, in the impoverished state of early marriage, he and his wife decided to have one luxury; to eat with silver spoons and forks. He spent 10 years in the forces and hospital practice which was followed by 30 years mainly in general practice, always with an eye on research. In the late 1960's he realised his desire to drink from silver tumblers and beakers was too expensive and so started to make his own. He retired in 1980 and "As a complete contrast to all that full time medical work, on retirement I ventured into the World of Art by signing on at Carlisle College of Art (now University of Cumbria) in early 1980. That summer I went for a fortnight's course to the art school at Marlborough College; an interesting but sometimes frustrating exercise with much more positive teaching than at Carlisle. He lectured to The Silver Society in October 1991 on 'Drawback and Smuggling' and published an article on it in the Silver Journal volume 4 page 131 in the Autumn 1993 edition. He entered his mark in Edinburgh in 1992 and made pieces of silver as a hobby. Ronald was a member of the Silver Society and wrote an article 'The Ireby Cup' for The Finial, December 1994 http://www.simongrant.org/father/index.html
Sheila M Stedman Silver Bowl
London 1971
Britannia Standard
Hand Raised
Diameter: 27.5 cm

SOLD

Sheila Stedman lived and worked near Moreton-in-the Marsh
Shetland Silvercraft Silver Spoons
Soundside, Weisdale, Shetland
Edinburgh 1963
12 cm

SOLD
SIDNEY SPARROW Silver Spoon
London 1951
15 cm

SOLD

Sidney Sparrow was one of the great silversmiths working at the bench. He worked for R E Stone for many years and taught part time at Gravesend School of Art. It was here that he noticed Norman Bassant and three other promising young smiths that Stone acquired as apprentices. Sparrow later worked for William Comyns.
Silver BISCUIT BOX
London 1993

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)
With Garrard 150 commemorative hallmark

Made by GARRARD & Co to celebrate 150 years of being the Crown Jewellers 1843 - 1993 in original box with bag

Diameter; 15.2 cm
Height: 10.4 cm
Total weight: 743g (Inside base lined) (Lid 276g - set with cabochon Lapis Lazuli)

Silver CADDY SPOON
London 1933

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Length: 7 cm

Engraved with a stylised Lily of the Valley in the form of the letter 'C'


Silver CADDY SPOON
Sheffield 1980

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Maker: FMY

Length: 7.3 cm

SOLD
Silver Caviar Dish
London 1973
Carrington and Co
Length: 32cm
Height: 16cm
Weight : 85oz

SOLD
Silver DOLPHIN TAZZA
London 1999 - Millennium Hallmark

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Maxwell Aylwin & Co - retailed by Braybrook & Britten
Hand blown glass bowl

Diameter: 25 cm
Height: 14 cm
Weight of silver: 332 g

SOLD
SILVER WORKSHOP LTD Silver SALT & PEPPER
London 1963

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Height: 9.3 cm
(New corks)

Keith Redfern, Ronald Steven and Tony Laws met were contemporaries at the Royal College of Art and jointly set up Silver Workshop Ltd in the early 1960's and stopped trading in 1972 then continued to work independently

Now in The Pearson Silver Collection

SOLD
SIMON RUSSELL Guernsey Silver  'Ormer' Bowl
Guernsey 1998
Diameter: 20.5cm
Hammered Finish
SOLD
Ormer is a type of shellfish
STANLEY MORRIS Silver ROSEBOWL
Birmingham 1969

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Width: 25 cm
Height: 18 cm
Weight: 32 oz

STANLEY MORRIS was born in 1919; a student at the Birmingham School of Jewellery and Silversmithing then the Birmingham College of Arts and Crafts, winning a number of competitions and scholarships. In 1947 he opened his own workshop in St Alfred's Place, Birmingham and also taught part time at the BSJS and at Walsall School of Art. He assisted Bernard Cuzner make the Olympic Torch that Cuzner had designed for the 1948 London Olympic Games. A fine craftsman he received commissions from Birmingham, Oxford and Cambridge Universities; Civic Plate for Birmingham and in 1965 made an architectural model of the Birmingham Post & Mail Bulding for its opening. He made a fine 12 inch tall silver Standing Salt for the Salters Company in 1951 from a design by Cyril Shiner. His workshop was demolished in the late 1980's to make way for the Birmingham Symphony Hall and he retired to Willersley, Worcestershire where he was still working in 2009. He always had a chip on his shoulder about the lack of recognition from the Goldsmiths' Company

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THEO FENNELL  8 Silver Fish Place Card Holders - Menu Holders
London 1982

4.3 cm high

Made for Alfred Dunhill Ltd in original box

THOMAS BRADBURY Silver COVERED BOWL
London 1954

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Thomas George Bradbury

Diameter: 8.5 cm
Height: 8.5 cm
SOLD

TOM BOUCHER 3 Piece Silver Cruet
London 1962
Height: 3.5 cm
SOLD
Thomas J Boucher (1897-1988) was the resident craftsman at the Royal College of Art for many years.
Now in the Pearson Silver Collection
Tony Laws Silver Stirrer
London 1961
38.5 cm
SOLD

Hubert Anthony Laws was born in 1935 and studied at the Royal College of Art 1958-61. The following year designed and made a processional cross with Ronald Stevens for Coventry Cathedral. In 1963 set up Silver Workshops Ltd with Stevens, Ian Calvert and Keith Redfern
WALTER KING  Silver Butter Knife
London 1957
13.5 cm
Walter Edward King
SOLD