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C. R. ASHBEE (1863-1942) THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
Snowdrop necklace. An Arts & Crafts gold necklace. The pendant set with a central enamel with a turquoise above, with turquoise drops. The gold chain with four blister pearls set in silver mounts.
Original Guild of Handicraft Ltd. case and bill of sale for 1902. The silk marked The Guild of Handicraft Ltd. 16a Brook Street. Bond Street.W. Works: Essex House Bow.
Size: Length of pendant 7.9 cm. Width 2.15 cm. Length around necklace 45.5 cm.
Lit.: Jewelry & Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition, Elyse Zorn Karlin, 1993.
A similar pendant and necklace illustrated page 39.

 
ARTIFICERS GUILD (1901-1942) Design attributed to EDWARD SPENCER.
An Arts & Crafts gold necklace set with cabochon matrix emeralds, cabochon sapphires and
 pearl.
English. Circa 1905. Size: Length of necklace 39.5 cm. (Fitted case)
   
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin.
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NELSON (1859-1942) & EDITH DAWSON
A rare Arts & Crafts silver pendant decorated with a central enamel roundel of
a small flower. Ex. Fine Art Society.
English. Circa 1905. Size Length of pendant 5.5 cm. Width 4.1 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin, 1993.
C. R. ASHBEE (1863-1942) THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
An important, Arts & Crafts, silver long-chain necklace with enamel plaques.
The enamels interspaced with typical C. R. Ashbee decoration of wirework surrounding small silver balls.
English. Circa 1900.
Size: Total length of chain 129 cm. Length of plaque 3 cm. Width 2 cm. (Fitted case)
ARTIFICERS GUILD (1901-1942)
The design attributed to EDWARD SPENCER & JOHN BONNOR.
An Arts & Crafts silver necklace, with gold and enamel accents, set with opal, pink tourmaline, garnet, turquoise, chalcedony and moonstone.
Original Artificers’ Guild fitted case. The silk stamped, ‘The Artificers’ Guild Ltd,
1, Conduit Street, London W.’ English. Circa 1905.
Size: Length of pendant including central dragon galley 9 cm. Necklace length 43 cm.
Lit: Artists’Jewellery. Charlotte Gere and Geoffrey C. Munn . Page 19.
THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
A silver and gold brooch, enamelled in blue & green, set with an eilat cabochon.

Original  Guild case. The silk marked,‘The Guild of Handicraft Ltd. 16A Brook St.
Bond Street. W . Works: Essex House. Chipping Campden, Glos.’
English. Circa 1903. Size: Height 3 cm. Width 3.5 cm.
GLASGOW SCHOOL.
A wonderful Arts & Crafts gold festoon necklace formed as stylized pomegranates set with opals, amethysts and garnets.
Original fitted case.
Scottish. Circa 1900.
Size: Length of necklace approx. 42 cm. Centre pendant approx. 4.8 cm x 2.6 cm.

Lit. : Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin.
SARAH MADELEINE MARTINEAU (1872-1972) (Attributed.)
A gold penda
nt with a central, heart-shaped enamel, mounted with plique-a-jour lea
ves and peridot ‘buds’. The plique-a-jour border set with peridots and with
p
eridot drops. English. Circa 1900.
Siz
e: Length with bale 5.5 cm. W. 3 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit: European & American Jewellery. Charlotte Gere. Manuscript diary (1892-1914).
ARTS & CRAFTS
A domed silver Arts & Crafts brooch decorated with very fine wirework and gold bobbles set with a citrine and three pearl plaques.
British. Circa 1900. Size : Diameter 3 cm. (Brooch case) Sold  

ARTHUR (1862-1928) & GEORGINA GASKIN (1866-1934)
A large Arts and Crafts silver pendant centrally set with an oval blister pearl
surrounded by silver
florets set old cut rock crystal and laural leavesof antique green pastes, with further green pastes set to the silver chain.
Original case marked, ‘MR. & MRS. ARTHUR GASKIN OLTON WARWICKSHIRE’.
English. Circa 1910.
Size: Width 4.5 cm. Height with drop, without green pastes to chain, 7 cm.
Lit.: Arthur & Georgie Gaskin. B’ham Museum and Art Gallery Catalogue.
Lit.: The Studio. Vol. l61.1914. Similar pendants illustrated.

BERNARD CUZNER (1877-1956)
An Arts & Crafts, pierced and chased silver brooch depicting a bird eating berries amongst leaves.

English Circa 1910. Size: Length 4.3 cm. Height 3.5 cm.
Lit.: The Silversmiths of Birmingham. Kenneth Crisp Jones. (Fitted case) Sold

ARTHUR (1862-1928) & GEORGINA GASKIN (1866-1934)
An Arts and Crafts silver pendant centrally set with a pearl plaque surrounded
by silver
florets set pink tourmalines and laural leavesof antique green pastes.
Marked to reverse with ‘G’ and with original clasp.
English. Circa 1910. Size: Height of pendant with bale 6 cm. Width 2.9 cm.
Lit.: Arthur & Georgie Gaskin. B’ham Museum and Art Gallery Cat. (Pendant case)

C. R. ASHBEE (1863-1942) THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
An Arts & Crafts, articulated, silver brooch of abstract butterfly shape,
set with an opal.

English. Circa 1900. Size: Height 6.2 cm. Width 4.2 cm.
Lit.: Jewelry & Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition, Elyse Zorn Karlin, 1993.
A similar brooch illustrated page 119. (Fitted case)
WILLIAM THOMAS BLACKBAND (1885-1945) (Attributed)
An Arts & Crafts silver brooch set with pearl bordered with leaf & spiral motifs.
The reverse planished silver.
English. Circa 1910. (Fitted case)
Size: Ht. 1.4 cm. W. 4.8 cm. Lit.: The Silversmiths of Birmingham. Kenneth C. Jones
MARY THEW (1876-1953)
A silver pendant centrally set with a large carnelian. The wirework frame
decorated with gold and silver beads, faceted citrines and green tourmaline cabochons and with a cornelian drop. The pendant suspended from a circular carnelian.
Scottish. Circa 1900. The reverse marked with a dottedT’.
Size: Height of pendant with bale set with a carnelian 8.8 cm. Width 3.8 cm.
(Fitted case)

Lit.: The Glasgow Style. Art Gallery & Museum Kelvingrove Glasgow. 1984.
ARTS & CRAFTS. ERNESTINE MILLS. (1871-1959) (Attributed)
A delightful silver pendant set with an enamel over coloured foils of a paddling duck. English. Circa 1900. (Fitted case)
Size: Approximate width across pendant 3.3 cm. Total length with chain approx. 43 cm.
Lit:-Jewelry & Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition, Elyse Zorn Karlin. T
C. R. ASHBEE (1863-1942) THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
A silver brooch with enamel of honesty, set with a central star sapphire.

English. Circa 1902. Size: 3 cm. diameter. (Fitted case)
Illustrated in The Artist. Volume 33. Page 24. January 1902.
ARTHUR (1862-1928) & GEORGINA GASKIN (1866-1934)
A delicate small Arts and Crafts silver pendant, set with cabochon opals
and pink tourmalines, surrounded by silver florets and laural leavesof antique green pastes. The chain with original clasp.
English. Circa 1910. Size: Height of pendant from bale to drop 4.5 cm. From top opal to drop 5 cm. From green paste spacers to drop 6.5 cm. Width 2.3 cm.
Lit.: Arthur & Georgie Gaskin. B’ham Museum and Art Gallery Cat. (Fitted case)
BERTHA L. GOFF. ‘LEDA AND THE SWAN’,
An Arts & Crafts silver necklace. The central figure set in a wirework frame surrounded by green enamel plaques. The chain also set with green enamel plaques.
English. Circa 1902. Size: Length of pendant 4.2 cm. Width 3.7 cm.
The drawing for this necklace is illustrated in the Annual National Art Competition 1902 catalogue, where it was awarded 2nd prize. (Fitted case)

KATE ALLEN
An Arts & Crafts, silver necklace, with wirework scrolls set with chrysoprase
and pearl with silver florets set with turquoise.

English. Circa 1900.
Size: Length of pendant 5.5 cm. Total height 8.5 cm. Width 3.7 cm.
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin.
(Fitted case)

ARTIFICERS’ GUILD (1901-1942)
An Arts & Crafts silver necklace of wirework leaves and beads. The tourmaline pendant and necklace set with further tourmalines, sapphires, citrines and garnets.

English. Circa 1910.
Size: Pendant length 5.2 cm. Width 3.5 cm. Necklace length 37 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin.
WILLIAM THOMAS BLACKBAND (1885-1945) (Attributed)
An Arts & Crafts silver brooch. The central ceramic Ruskin plaque bordered with circular leaf motifs. The reverse planished silver. English. Circa 1910.     
Size: Ht. 2.1 cm. W. 4.4 cm. Lit.: The Silversmiths of Birmingham. Kenneth C. Jones.
Arthur & Georgie Gaskin, City Museum & Art Gallery, B’ham. 1982, page 86.

NEWLYN
An Arts & Crafts silver enamelled pendant.

English . Circa 1910. Marked NEWLYN to both parts of pendant.
Size:- Length with bale 6.3 cm. Without bale 6 cm. Width 3.8 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit.: Arts & Crafts in Newlyn 1890-1930, Newlyn Art Gallery, Penzance.
Jewelry & Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin, 1993.

GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
An Arts & Crafts silver brooch with a central enamel of a pansy.

English. Circa 1900. Size: 4.2 cm. point to point. (Fitted case)
L it. : Utopian Craftsmen. Lional Lambourne 1980. Sold

C. R. ASHBEE (1863-1942) THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
An Arts & Crafts, articulated, silver brooch set with a central amethyst and with
an amethyst drop.
English. Circa 1900. Size: Height 5.8 cm. Width 3 cm.
Lit.: Jewelry & Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition, Elyse Zorn Karlin, 1993.
A similar brooch illustrated page 119. (Fitted case) Sold

QUEENSWAY.
An Art Nouveau silver pendant depicting a maiden her flowing hair decorated with a crown of laurel l
eaves within a blue and red enamelled border.
Queensway jewellery was probably retailed though Liberty & Co.
Marked d, ‘QUE ENSWAY STG SILVER’. English. Circa 1900.
Size: Pendant height 2.8 cm., down from ring 5.8 cm. Width 3.8 cm. (Pendant case)
WILLIAM THOMAS BLACKBAND (1885-1945) (Attributed)
An Arts & Crafts parure. The silver oak leaf and acorn decorated necklace,
bangle, brooch, clip and ring, set RUSKIN ceramics.

The Ruskin  panels with planished backs, except the ring which is marked ‘RUSKIN’. English.  Cir ca 1910. Necklace length 86 cm. Brooch 7 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit.: The Silversmiths of Birmingham. Kenneth Crisp Jones.

ARTS & CRAFTS
A silver brooch with a fine enamel of Cupid perched on a branch amongst
leaves and blossom.

English.  Circa. 1915. Size: Length 7.9 cm. Width 2.3 cm. (Brooch case)  

BERNARD CUZNER (1877-1956)
A silver Arts & Crafts brooch chased and embossed with stylized branches and leaves. The terminals set cabochon chrysoprase. The back with a double pin.

English. Circa 1910. Size: Length 7 cm. Width 1 cm.
Lit.: The Silversmiths of Birmingham. Kenneth Crisp Jones. (Fitted case) 
BROMSGROVE GUILD (fl. 1898-1966)
An Arts & Crafts silver pendant inset with an enamel of a bird set within a
wirework surround of leaves to a handmade silver chain.
English. Circa 1900. Size: Length with bale 6 cm. Width 3 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin.
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ARTS & CRAFTS
An Arts & Crafts silver enamelled brooch set with central pearl plaque and with wirework and Celtic motif bosses.

British. Circa 1900. Size : Diameter 4.5 cm. (Fitted case) Sold
ARTHUR (1862-1928) & GEORGINA GASKIN (1866-1934)
An Arts & Crafts silver pendant with golden leaves and berries, set with a rare yellow chrysoberyl, green zircons and rock crystal, with green zircon and rock crystal drop.
(Fitted case)
 
English. Circa 1900. Size: Length of pendant with original bale 9 cm. Width 3.9 cm.
Lit.: Arthur & Georgie Gaskin. Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery Cat. 1982.
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C. R. ASHBEE (1863-1942) THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
An Arts & Crafts silver pendant set with a central enamel plaque surrounded by turquoise cabochons. Can be worn as a brooch.
English. Circa 1900. Size: Diameter 3.8 (Brooch case)
Lit:- Jewelry & Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Karlin 1993. Page 119 Sold
BRITISH ARTS & CRAFTS
A silver galleon pendant set with a foil backed crystal. An enamelled flag to the
top of the mast.
The crystal drop and topaz spacer in gold settings.
Probably retailed through Liberty & Co. (Fitted case)
English. Circa 1900. Size: Length of pendant including top stone 7 cm. W 3.7 cm. Sold
THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907) (Attributed)
An Arts & Crafts silver brooch set cabochon garnets.
English. Circa  1900. Size: Diameter 4 cm.
Lit.: Art Nouveau Jewellery. Vivienne Becker. 1985.
Modern English Silverwork, C. R. Ashbee, 1909 (Fitted case) Sold
JAMES FREDERIC SHIELDS (1833-1911)
An Arts & Crafts silver pendant set with a vibrant enamel of a peacock.

The central pendant flanked by silver flowering branches.

Stamped mark ‘JFS’. English. Circa 1900.
Size: Height 4.2 cm . Width 4.3 (Fitted case) Sold
BERNARD CUZNER (1877-1956)
An Arts and Crafts silver brooch set with a central moonstone. The back with the typical Bernard Cuzner double pin.
(Fitted case)
Marked' ‘B C’. English. Circa 1910. Size: Length 4.1 cm. Height 1.6 cm. Sold 
FRANCES THALIA HOW & JEAN MILNE
A splendid Arts & Crafts silver necklace set with moonstones.
English. Circa 1900. Central panel length 8 cm. Width 5.3 cm. Around necklace 43 cm. Frances Thalia How exhibited 1896-1928 & Jean Milne exhibited 1904-1917.
Their address was 72, Pembroke Walk Studios, London.
Lit.: T
he Directory of Gold & Silversmiths, Jewellers & Allied Traders, 1838-1914,
John Culme, London 1987, p. 240, ref 7541. Original fitted case.
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JOHN EDWARD WILSON (1854-1934) (Attrib.)
An Arts & Crafts silver pendant set with an enamel of a flowers on a blue background within a wirework foliate surround and with an enamelled drop.
English. Circa 1900.
Size: Length of pendant with  bale integral to the piece 7 cm. Length without bale 5 cm.
Width of pendant 2 cm. (Fitted case.) Sold
THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907) (Attributed)
A silver Arts & Crafts butterfly necklace.
The double length chain has alternating enamel panels and collet set turquoise stones with a larger
  enamel to the centre. Each blue/green enamel of a butterfly is backed with sparkling silver foil.
English. Circa 1900. (Fitted case) Size: Total length approximately 43 cm.
Height of centre pendant with drop 4.8 cm. Size of central enamel 2.6 cm. x 2.6 cm. Sold
C. BLANCHE DAVIES
An Arts & Crafts silver pendant/brooch set with an enamel of a ‘Pre-Raphaelite’ lady. The frame with four cabochon sapphires in gold settings.

English. Circa 1905. Unmarked. Size: Height 6.5 cm. Width 4.6 cm. (Fitted case) Sold
CHILD & CHILD (1888-1899)
A silver, gold backed, open work pendant, with citrines and pale aquamarines.
The pendant suspended from the bale by a gold chain.

English. Circa a 1890. Marked with the Child & Child sunflower mark. (Fitted case).
Size: Pendant length, top stone to bottom stone 6.1 cm. Width 4.5 cm. Sold

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