Fully Hallmarked Silver in Sheffield
3¼" : £89
4" : £110 . . . . . .60grams
5" : £195 . . . . .87 grams
6" : £345. . . . .217 grams
7" : £475. . . . .312 grams
8" : £675. . . . .441 grams
10" : £995 . . . . grams
12" : £. POA. . . .1090 grams
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Engraving can be arranged on any of our Armada Dishes.
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We always carry a large stock of secondhand Armada dishes which are un-engraved and in good condition
Please contact us for exact availability and to purchase, but these are always cheaper than new.
Engraving can be arranged on any of our Armada Dishes.
Designed by Alex Styles
Garrard & Co Ld
Alex Styles told me that these were one of the last pieces that he designed for Garrard before he retired in 1987. As they were made to commemorate the 300th Anniversary of the Spanish Armada in 1988 and made after he retired Garrard didn't apply his usual fascimile: Des.by A G Styles.
9cm Dish Limited Edition of 900 £195 3.5" original cost in 1988 £150
13 cm Dish Limited Edition of 400 £295 5" original cost in 1988 £250
(Not currently in stock) 8" original cost in 1988 £650
25.5 cm Dish Limited Edition of 88 £895 In original box 10" original cost in 1988 £950
An example of this was included in Goldsmiths' Hall Retrospective Exhibition of his work in 1987
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Boxed pair with certificates - box marked
This was the 2nd item of 59 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs
Engraved to base:
NUMBER--- OF A LIMITED EDITION OF 1000 MADE BY ORDER OF THE DEAN AND CHAPTER OF YORK TO COMMEMORATE THE 500TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE COMPLETION OF THE GOTHIC MINSTER AND THE END OF THE FIVE YEARS WORK OF RECONSTRUCTION IN 1972
Certificate signed by Alan Richardson, Dean of York
Edition of: 1000
Designer: Hector Miller
Maker: Hector Miller – Stuart Devlin Workshop
Maker’s Mark: HM
Diameter of bowl: 11.5 cm Cost new: £63.50 - £121 pair
The Bowl’s handle depicts, in deep sculptured relief, two men working on the fabric of the Minster. To the left, a mason in fifteenth-century dress, representative of the original builders, carves the Minster’s arms; to the right, a welder, representative of the restorers, is at work on the steel shoring which supported the structure during restoration.
Designed by Brian Cain
Made by Wakely & Wheeler
Diameter: 15.5 cm
Height: 5 cm
Brian R Cain was born in 1931 and served his apprenticeship with Wakely and Wheeler. He studied on day release at the Central School of Arts and Crafts with contemporaries John Bartholomew and Lew Marlow. Payne and Son of Oxford and George Tarratt in Leicester retailed some of the pieces he designed for Wakely and Wheeler in the late 1950's. Cain later moved to C J Vander where he was the company's design manager
Diameter: 14 cm
In original boxes with certificate signed by Christopher Lawrence and Deputy Master of the Mint
Britannia Silver standard was introduced in 1697 and in 1797 the first copper penny was introduced - the 'Cartwheel' - with Britannia struck by Matthew Boulton. This Limited Edition of 200 pairs was commissioned by The Royal Mint and also features their Mark
Commissioned by George Tarratt
Box width: 24 cm
Engraved on box plaque: Ald. A Halkyard Lord Mayor of Leicester
Engraved on dishes: Presented by Symington, Prince and Pike, A/F/F.R.I.B. AAld. A Halkyard CB, MC, TD, DL, LLB.
Sheringham House June 23rd 1956
Wakely & Wheeler
Designed by James Warwick
James Warwick was studying at the Royal College of Art when he submitted this design for a competition held by the Goldsmiths' Company for a commemorative dish for the Coronation of King George VI
Diameter: 7.8 cm
Gwendoline Cross was born in Bristol in 1900 and attended Bristol Art School. She married Australian artist Fred Whicker in 1931 and lived in Clifton, Bristol and both of them exhibited at the Royal West of England Academy annual exhibitions. They moved to Wood Lane, Falmouth and she registered her hallmark in London in 1948. She made cutlery, jewellery boxes with hand beaten silver decorated with either enamel or semi-precious stones and jewellery. They moved from the New Bristol Arts Club to the St. Ives Society of Artists, with Gwen as secretary and Fred treasurer and exhibited there until their deaths. She produced etchings, paintings, drawings, sculpture, jewellery and silverwork. Much of her silver work has not been traced as it was sent to Fred's sister in Canada on her death. A retrospective exhibition of their work was held at the Falmouth Art Gallery in 1994 when 14 pieces of silverwork were loaned from private collections.
Silver Jubilee Hallmark
Diameter: 11.3 cm
Width: 15.5 cm
Peter says that the design for this commission was based on a Misericord in Lincoln Cathedral. (A Misericord, sometimes named mercy seat, like the Biblical object, is a small wooden structure formed on the underside of a folding seat in a church which, when the seat is folded up, is intended to act as a shelf to support a person in a partially standing position during long periods of prayer).
Peter undertook a pre-apprenticeship course at the Central School of Arts and Crafts 1962-3 then apprenticed to Norman Bassant at C J Vander 1963-7. He then studied at Hornsey College of Art 1967-70 before working with Louis Osman.He then set up his own workshop in Old Street, London in 1972 where he continued to do outwork for Louis Osman and Malcolm Appleby, the latter favouring him as his silversmith of choice. Hector Miller used his workshop while studying at the RCA and they entered a joint mark for a church commission at Wool, in Dorset. Peter has also been a technician-lecturer at the RCA.
Small 12cm diameter, 8ozs, £695
Large 20cm diameter, 25ozs, £1650
Bespoke made for Styles Silver with our makers mark
This item is made to order so delivery is usually about one month
Height & Diameter 11cm
Original box and certificate
Part of the Limited Edition sets made in silver for Viners of Sheffield to launch their stainless steel range. Only 100 sets of 6 were made in silver
Diameter: 12.5 cm
Height: 3 cm
A late piece by Stuart, designed when he was Prime Warden of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths and made as gifts for Liverymen.
Dish made by Nicholas Plummer and Leopard's Head carved by Lexi Dick
Original box and booklet