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CHARLES ROBERT ASHBEE (1863-1942)
THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)

An important, impressive, silver cup and cover. The cup repoussé decorated
with aquatic creatures amongst weeds, their open mouths set amethysts. The cover with enamelled dolphins and a dolphin finial surmounted by a large amethyst.

Size: approximately 45.5 cm. in height. (18 inches)
Mark for the Guild of Handicraft Ltd. Hallmarks for London 1901.
Design plate 74 in C. R. Ashbee’s, Modern English Silverwork. Essex House Press.
Certificate of restoration from the Guild Workshop available. Sold

GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
A silver box, the lid inset with a WILLIAM MARK enamel.

Marked ‘G of H Ltd.’ Hallmarks for London 1903. The enamel signed ‘Mark’.
Lit.: Arts and Crafts at Campden. The Guild Of Handicraft Ltd. Sold

ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864-1933) for LIBERTY & Co.
Silver vases set turquoise.
Marked for Liberty & Co. Hallmarks for B’ham 1905.
Lit.: Archibald Knox. Edited Stephen Martin. Page 101. Sold

THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
A silver tazza inset with enamels depicting flowers.

Marked ‘G of H Ltd.’ Hallmarks for London 1905. Sold

CHARLES ROBERT ASHBEE (1863-1942)
A silver muffin dish. The final and base set amethysts.

Marked ‘C.R.A.’ Hallmarks for London 1900.
A silver butter dish the handle set chrysoprase.
Marked ‘G of H Ltd.’ Hallmarks for London 1904. Sold

CHARLES ROBERT ASHBEE (1863-1942)
A silver biscuit barrel with glass liner. The lid set green agate.

Size: Ht. 17.8 cm. Diameter 13 cm. Marks ‘C.R.A.’ Hallmarks for London 1899.
Lit.: Modern English Silverwork. Essex House Press 1909. C. R. Ashbee. Sold

CHARLES ROBERT ASHBEE (1863-1942)
A pair of silver pots the lids set with agates and with ivory handles.
In original fitted box. Marked ‘G of H Ltd.’ Hallmarks for London 1906.
Lit.: Modern English Silverwork. Essex House Press 1909. C. R. Ashbee. Sold

ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864-1933) for LIBERTY & Co.
A silver enamelled vase. Size: 18.25 cm.
Marked for Liberty & Co. and ‘Cymric’. Hallmarks for B’ham 1903
Lit.: Archibald Knox. Edited Stephen Martin. Sold
CHILD & CHILD (1888-1899)
A silver box, the lid set with a MADELINE WYNDHAM enamel.
The design attributed to Edward Burne-Jones.

Enamel initialed ‘M.W.’ Dated ‘1900’. The box marked ‘HC’for Harold Child
and with the Child & Child sunflower. Hallmarks for London 1899. Size: 9 cm. Sold
WILLIAMS Ltd.
A pair of silver Art Nouveau lady candlesticks.

Size: Height. 28 cm.
Maker’s mark. Hallmarks for B’ham 1906. Sold
OMAR RAMSDEN (1873-1939) & ALWYN CARR (1872-1940)
An Art Nouveau tea caddy and spoon.

The caddy lid set red stone and enamel. The matching spoon set red enamel.
Marks for Ramsden & Carr. Hallmarks for London 1911.
Signed ‘Omar Ramsden et Alwyn Carr me fecerunt’. Sold
CHARLES ROBERT ASHBEE (1863-1942)
A silver butter dish and matching butter knife. The dish and knife set
green chalcedony.
Marked ‘G of H Ltd.’ Hallmarks for London 1901.
Size: Diameter of bowl 11 cm. Length 19.8 cm. Height 3.3 cm. Knife. 14 cm.
Lit.: Arts and Crafts at Campden. The Guild of Handicraft Ltd. Sold
CHARLES ROBERT ASHBEE (1863-1942)
A pair of silver candelabra designed by C. R. Ashbee.
Marked ‘G of H Ltd.’ Hallmarks for London 1906.

Size: Height 29.4cm. Width 31.5 cm.
Lit.: Modern English Silverwork. Essex House Press 1909. C. R. Ashbee. Sold

OMAR RAMSDEN (1873-1939) & ALWYN CARR (1872-1940)
A silver inkwell with a row of cut out trees intertwined with a banner
inscribed ‘The garden is gay in the month of May, but the fire is the

flower of a winter’s day.’ The lid having three bosses set enamel.
Marks for Ramsden & Carr. Hallmarks for London 1905. Size: Base 12 cm. Sold

C. R. ASHBEE (1863-1942) for THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd.
A silver butter dish. The handle set with a carnelian.

Total length over handle 19.5 cm. Dia. of bowl 10.8 -10.9 cm. Height 3.6 cm
Marks for ‘G of H Ltd.’ and London 1901. Illus. Page 7, The Guild of Handicraft, Ltd.,
Workers in Applied Art Silversmiths & Jewellers. Appoint. to H. M. The Queen.  Sold
EDWARD SPENCER (1872-1938). ARTIFICERS’ GUILD
A narwhal tusk and silver tazza.
The rim of the bowl applied with gold motifs.
The stem decorated with five chalcedony cabochons. All supported on five silver rope twist decorated feet.
Mark for Artificers' Guild. Hallmarks for London 1925.
Size: Diameter 19 cm. Diameter at foot 11.5 cm. Height 18 cm. Sold
THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
A pair of salts and salt spoons set with green chalcedony.
The salts marked ‘G of H Ltd.’ Circa 1901. London. The spoons unmarked.
(Replaced green glass liners). Lit.: Utopian Craftsmen. Lionel Lambourne, London 1980.
Simplicity or Splendor
. Cheltenham Museum catalogue, Fig. 51 Cat.44. Sold
C. R. ASHBEE (1863-1942) THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
A silver dish and spoon. Both set with green chalcedony.
Original glass liner.
Both dish and spoon marked ‘G of H Ltd.’ Hallmarks for London 1904.
Size: Diameter of bowl 10.5 cm. Length 19 cm. Length of spoon 16 cm. Illus. Page 7, The Guild of Handicraft, Ltd.,Workers in Applied Art Silversmiths & Jewellers. Sold 
JOHN EDWARD WILSON
An Arts & Crafts silver box set with John Edward Wilson enamels.

Size: Length 12 cm. Width 8 cm. Height. 4 cm. Interior with wood lining.
Silver Marked C. J. P.. Hallmarks for London 1926.
Provenance: Family descent. Sold
ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864-1933) for LIBERTY & Co.
Silver clock, with enamel dial, decorated with stylised buds of turquoise.

Size: Height 10.4 cm. Base 8 cm. x 5.2 cm.
Marks for Liberty & Co. Hallmarks for B'ham 1911. Sold
NELSON (1859-1942) & EDITH DAWSON
A silver book mark set with an enamel of a ladybird.

Marked ‘N. D’. Hallmarks for London 1905. Size: Length 11.8 cm.
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts and Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
C. R. ASHBEE (1863-1942). THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
A rare silver butter dish with cut out shapes to side.

The handle set mother-of-pearl. (Replaced glass liner) Marked ‘G of H Ltd.’
Hallmarks for London 1900. Size: Dia. 11 cm. Length 20 cm. The Guild of Handicraft, Ltd., Workers in Applied Art Silversmiths & Jewellers. Sold
BERNARD CUZNER (1877-1956) for LIBERTY & Co.
An Arts & Crafts, Cymric, silver bowl set with four fire opals.
Size: Height 9.3 cm. Diameter at rim 7.1 cm., at base 7 cm., at centre 7.5 cm.
Marks for Liberty & Co. and ‘Cymric’. Hallmarks for Birmingham 1901.
Lit.: The Designs of Archibald Knox. A. J. Tilbrook. Sold
BERNARD CUZNER (1877-1956) for LIBERTY & Co.
An Arts & Crafts, Cymric, silver bowl set with four large opals.
Size: Height 13 cm. Diameter at rim 16 cm., base 14.5 cm., at centre 18.8 cm.
Marks for Liberty & Co. and ‘Cymric’. Hallmarks for Birmingham 1904.
Lit.: The Designs of Archibald Knox. A. J. Tilbrook. Similar illustrated page 44. Sold
ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864-1933) for LIBERTY & Co.
A silver clock with a blue/green enamel dial.

Size: Height 9 cm. Base 8.5 cm. x 7.4 cm.
Marks for Liberty & Co. Hallmarks for Birmingham 1905. Sold 
THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1908-1912) Design by C. R. ASHBEE.
A silver dish with hand pierced trees, supported on five ball feet.

Size: Diameter across top of bowl 21.2 cm. approximately. Height 3.4 cm.
Marks ‘G of H Ltd.’ Hallmarks for London 1905.
Similar design, plate 97, in Modern English Silverwork. Essex House Press 1909. Sold
LIBERTY & Co.
A silver clock with enamel dial and enamel plaque of country scene.

Size: Height 13 cm.
Marked for Liberty & Co. and ‘Cymric. Hallmarks for B’ham 1903. Sold
LIBERTY & Co.
An Arts & Craft silver ‘Bridge Box set with an enamelled image of a landscape with a tumbling stream flowing beneath a bridge.

Size: Length 17.5 cm. Width 12 cm. Height 6 cm. Interior with wood lining.
Marks for Liberty & Co. Hallmarks for Birmingham 1910. Sold
C. R. ASHBEE (1863-1942) for THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd.
A pair of café au lait pots.
The lids set with chalcedony cabochons.
Design Plate 96 in C. R. Ashbee’s, Modern English Silverwork. Essex House Press.
Size: Heights of pots 24 cm. and 20. 9 cm.
Marks for the Guild of Handicraft Ltd. and hallmarks for London 1905. Sold
ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864-1933) for LIBERTY & Co.
A Cymric, silver clock with an enamelled dial.

Size: Height 10.5 cm. Width at base 9.5 cm.
Mark for Liberty & Co. and ‘Cymric’. Hallmarks for Birmingham 1904.
Lit.: Archibald Knox. Edited by Stephen A. Martin. Pub. Academy Editions. Sold
KATE HARRIS for HUTTON & SONS
A unique silver jewellery box. Featuring a sculpture of a water sprite
emerging from a shell. The sides have a frieze of yachts before a setting sun.

Size: Width 21 & 7 cm. Length 17 cm. Height 12 cm.
Marks for Hutton & Sons. Hallmarks for London 1902. Sold 
KATE HARRIS for HUTTON & SONS
An Art Nouveau silver tazza.
Mark for Hutton & Sons. Hallmarks for London 1899. (Replaced glass liner)
Size: Diameter of bowl 23 cm. Height 31.5 cm. Width across handles 43.3 cm.
Lit.: A Marriage of Art and Commerce. Stephen Pudney. Silver Society Journal. Sold
THORVALD BINDESBØLL (1846 -1908) for A. MICHELSEN
A silver vase with stylized leaf forms to base, cloud forms to rim and pierced
openings to neck. Denmark. 1900.

Size: Height 20.5 cm. Maker's Mark. Marks for 1863-1904, 925. Dated 1900.
Lit.: Dansk Sølv 20. århundrede. Lise Funder. Sold
THORVALD BINDESBOLL / HOLGER KYSTER
A pair of Skonvirke spoons. Denmark. Circa 1900.
Size: Length of spoons 18.5 cm.
Marked with TB mark and for H. Kyster. In original fitted case marked P. Hertz. Sold
HENRY WILLIAM KING
An Arts & Crafts silver box, repoussé decorated with fruiting trees, and inset
to the front and back and lid, with enamels of landscapes in pointillist style.
Size: Length 15.5 cm. Width 10.5 cm. Height 9.5 cm.
Mark for Henry William King and hallmarks for London 1908. Sold
A. E. JONES (1879-1954)
An Arts & Crafts, hammered silver fruit bowl with a rose frieze border.

The bowl supported on four legs.
Size: Height 14 cm. Diameter 17 cm. Maker’s mark. Hallmarks for B’ham 1906.
Lit.: The Silversmiths of Birmingham. Editor Kenneth Crisp Jones. Sold
A. E. JONES. (1879-1954) Another pair available. Hallmarks for B'ham 1912.
A pair of Arts & Crafts, hammered silver candlesticks depicting bats amidst
a motto adapted from Hamlet, ‘NOW IS THE WITCHING HOUR OF NIGHT’.

Size: Height 13 cm. Base diameter 10 cm. Maker's mark and hallmarks for B’ham 1915.
Lit.: Simplicity or Splendor. Cheltenham Museum catalogue, Fig. 59, Cat.112. Sold
C. A. BEUMERS (1858-1928)
An enamel and stone set Jugendstil silver tazza.
Düsseldorf. Germany. 1912.
Size: Height 17.8 cm. Diameter 26.6 cm. Sold
ELKINGTON & Co.
An impressive set of four, large, silver Art Nouveau candlesticks.
Marked for Elkington & Co. and hallmarks for B’ham 1903 & 1906.
The set united by an unobtrusive, common inscription dated 1906.
Size: Height 31.5 cm. (12.5 inches.) Diameter of base 14.75 cm. (5.5 inches.)  Sold
ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864-1933) for LIBERTY & Co.
A large, silver architectural clock set with an enamel dial.

Size: Height 19 cm.
Marked for Liberty & Co. and ‘Cymric. Hallmarks for B’ham 1903. Sold
HAROLD E. LANDON (1883-1962) A large, unique Silver Rose Bowl.
set amethysts and moonstones. Size: Diameter 22 cm. Height 24 cm.
Hallmarks for Chester 1928. Dated to base of the bowl 1919-1920.
The bowl was on display in Landon’s shop until his retirement when he made the cover, (Hallmarks for 1949). He then presented the bowl and cover to his new wife, who had a fondness for roses.  Sold
HENRY WILSON (1864-1934)
See also Enamels/Metal page for Henry Wilson items. .
An important, rare, silver cross with a central enamelled plaque of The Lamb.
The stem applied with part twisted wirework and a open leaf motif knop.
Set with moonston
es and various other stones.
Mark for Henry Wilson. Hallmarks for London 1908. Size: Ht. 36.5 cm. W. 20 cm.
The work of Henry Wilson is distinguished by his remarkable use of symbolism, which.was a reflection of his widely diverse interests in architecture, the arts, literature and religion. Sold
Lit.: Pre-Raphaelite to Arts & Crafts Jewellery.Charlotte Gere & Geoffrey C.Munn 1996. Arts & Crafts in Britain & America. Isabelle Anscombe & Charlotte Gere. 1978.
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