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Robert Edgar Stone: born 1903 died 1990. Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths. He normally stamped his pieces with a facsimile signature.After serving an apprenticeship he held all the Goldsmiths Company scholarships whilst at the Central School of Arts & Crafts, London. He founded his own workshop in 1929. He practised at 22 Garrick Street London WC2 where he trained a number of silversmiths such as Ian Calvert and his daughter Jean who worked with him as a jeweller. George Hughes (Goldsmiths Assistant Clerk 1919-39 Clerk 1939-at least 1953) remarked of him "He has been one of the most constant supporters of the silver revival." He produced a large collection of items commemorating George V's Silver Jubilee in 1935 including caddy spoons, book marks, letter openers and 2 handled bowls with a crown coin sunk in the centre. These all featured cast crowns as handles or terminals. He then adapted these designs for the Coronations of Edward VIII in 1936 and George VI in 1937. Asprey and Wilson & Gill retailed many of these, some with an enamel background in the crown. In 1938 he produced a fruit stand for Hamilton & Inches of Edinburgh inspired by Jensen and Johan Rohde. 1946 saw a Peter Pan engraved set for Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd. During the 1960's his work was often seen at the Crafts Centre in Hay Hill, London and some of his spoons of this period were made in the Russian style. Christopher Lawrence was among those who worked for him.He closed his London workshop and retired to Dumbartonshire in 1964 where he continued to produce small pieces which he assayed in Edinburgh.

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R E STONE Silver 1935 Crown Dish for ASPREY
London 1935

Width: 13 cm
Diameter: 9 cm
Weight: 99 gms

With 1935 Crown Coin set in base minted to mark the 25th Anniversary of the Accession of King George V
(Known as the'Rocking Horse' Crown

£ 250.00
R E STONE Silver Caraffe
London 1961

Height: 23 cm
Weight: 18 oz

Holds 1 litre

Hand raised 

£ 1,250.00
R E STONE Boxed Silver Dish
London 1936

Length 15.5 cm

In original box - Retailed by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd.

£ 250.00
London 1936

Length: 15 cm

Made to commemorate the Coronation of Edward VIII

Bowl pierced E VIII

Original box - retailed by Asprey

£ 150.00
R E STONE Silver '1953 CORONATION' Caddy Spoon
London 1953

Commemorating Elizabeth II Coronation with Coronation Hallmark

Length: 7.5cm

£ 195.00
R E Stone Silver CADDY SPOON
London 1935

Length: 7½cm

£ 130.00
R E Stone Silver Dish
London 1937

Diameter: 9cm
Length: 13cm
Weight: 81 gms

£ 195.00
R E STONE Silver Goblet
London 1962

Height: 12 cm
Diameter top: 5 cm
Weight: 120 gms

Hand raised

6 available

£ 195.00
R E STONE Silver Napkin Ring
London 1932

Width: 5cm

£ 89.00
R E STONE Silver Napkin Ring
London 1934

Width: 5.5 cm
Height: 2.5 cm

£ 98.00
R E STONE Silver Napkin Ring
London 1935

Length: 5.5 cm

£ 98.00
R E STONE Silver Napkin Ring
London 1946

Diameter: 4.2 cm

Hand engraved with a kitten chasing a ball

£ 120.00
R E STONE Silver Quaich
London 1934

Width: 17 cm
Height: 4 cm
Weight:  187 gms

£ 250.00
R E Stone Silver Quaich for Asprey
London 1937

Asprey and Co
Fascimile signature R E Stone

Width: 13cm
Diameter: 9 cm
Weight: 65 gms

£ 220.00
R E STONE Silver Spoon
London 1960

Length: 15.5cm
Weight: 52 gms

£ 165.00
R E STONE Silver Spoon
London 1931

15 cm

Made while he was still sharing Dunstan Pruden's Hammersmith workhop

£ 175.00