Wakely & Wheeler
Height: 25 cm
Total weight: 892g
This was designed by A E Pittman for Payne & Son of Oxford
From the 1930's 'Bertie' Pittman was a partner of Arthur Wakely in the firm of Wakely & Wheeler, and he was also a designer.
Height: 10.5 cm
Diameter: 8.5 cm
Weight: 202 gms without liner
Both have G of H and DSE maker's marks for Derek Elliott who designed and made them
Derek Elliot was born in 1963 and apprenticed to David Hart in 1982. He became a Freeman of the Goldsmiths' Company in the traditional way in 1987 and registered his own maker's mark the same year.
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
6 x Dessert Knife, Spoon & Fork - Table Knife & Fork - Soup Spoon - Fish Knife & Fork
2 Serving Spoons
66 oz + Silver handled knives
Designed by Robert Welch in 1963 and received a Design Award in 1965 and has been in production ever since..
Named after the Cotswold village where he lived this pattern is plentiful in Stainless Steel, now known as RW1, it is rarely found in silver.
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.In 1947 he opened his own workshop and also taught part time at the BSJS. He assisted Bernard Cuzner make the Olympic Torch that Cuzner had designed for the 1948 London Olympic Games. A fine craftsman and received commissions from Birmingham, Oxford and Cambridge Universities. His workshop was demolished in the late 1980's to make way for the Birmingham Symphony Hall and he retired to Willersley, Worcestershire.
12 Place Setting - 70 Pieces
12 Table Spoon
12 Table Forks
12 Dessert Spoons
12 Dessert Forks
12 Tea Spoons
1 Basting Spoon, 1 Soup Ladle , 1 Butter Knife
Pair Sauce Ladles , 4 Salt Spoons
Except: 1 Dessert Spoon/Fork 1842, Basting Spoon 1845, Soup Ladle 1862
But still all George Adams