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DARMSTADT (Attributed to JOSEPH MARIA OLBRICH (1867-1908)
An important Darmstadt buckle whose iconic design is widely illustrated.
German. Set with a lapis stone and marked to reverse Alpacca’.
Circa 1905.Size: Height 7.3 cm. Width 6.5 cm.
Illustrated in Schmuck in Deutschland und Österreich. Ulrike von Hase.
Jugendstil Kunst um 1900. Cat. Hessischen Landesmuseums. Darmstadt. Gürtelschließen des Jugendstils. Karl Kreuzer. (Fitted case)
NELSON (1859-1942) & EDITH DAWSON
An early steel buckle. Each half in the form of four swans set with an enamel of fruiting apple branches. Size: Total width 12.5 cm. Height 6 cm. (Fitted case)
English. Signed to the reverse with a ‘D’ centred in a leaf and dated 1894. Lit.: Jewelry
and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition
. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Illus. page 51. Sold

WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS Ltd. (Attributed to KATE ALLEN)
A silver two piece buckle decorated with the profiles of Art Nouveau maidens decorated with green enamel.
English. Marks for William Hutton & Sons Ltd. Hallmarks for London 1904.

Size: Height 4.4 cm. Width 8.8 cm. (Fitted case)

JOHN EDWARD WILSON (1854-1934)
A silver buckle set with an autumnal enamel of oak leaves and acorns.

The enamel panel monogrammed W’. English. Circa 1910.
Size: Height 6 cm. Width 5 cm. Provenance: Family descent. (Fitted case)

HUTTON & SONS Ltd.
A silver cloak clasp enamelled with daffodils and May hawthorn (May blossom).
Size: Diameter 3.8 cm.(Original fitted case)
English. Marks for Hutton & Sons Ltd. Hallmarks for London 1895.
APPLE BLOSSOM BUCKLE.
A silver buckle enamelled with apple blossom branches .
Marked ‘925’, ‘BK’, and with import marks for London 1911. (Buckle case)
Size: Height 6.1 cm. Width 7.8 cm. (Minute fault to bottom edge of back enamel.)
AN ART NOUVEAU HAIR COMB.
Attributed to EMMANUL JOSEPH RAPHAEL ORAZZI (1860-1934),
also known as
MANUEL ORAZI, made for LA MASION MODERNE.
The horn comb decorated with a silver gilt creature set with a moonstone and pearl.
French. Circa 1900. Size: Ht. 12.7 cm. W. 3.3 cm. Marked with French silver mark.
Lit.: Art Nouveau Jewellery & Fans. Gabriel Mourey. Pages 32-34 for similar combs.

KATE HARRIS (fl. 1898-1920) WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS.
A silver three piece belt buckle decorated with a young girl amongst blossom
.
Size: Height 6 cm. Total width 9.5 cm. Maker’s m
arks and hallmarks for London 1899.
Lit.: A Marriage of Art and Commerce. Stephen Pudney.
Gürtelschließen des Jugendstils. Karl Kreuzer. Ills. page 59. (Fitted case).
Sold

JOHN BAKER BENNETT & Co.
A silver, two piece buckle, enamelled with blue and green enamels.

English. Maker’s mark and hallmarks for Birmingham 1907.
Size: Height 3.8 cm. Width 7.2 cm. (Buckle case)

ROBERT KRAFT
A hammered ‘Alpacca’ (nickel silver) buckle set with violet rose glass stones.
German. Unmarked . Size: Diameter 7.5 cm. Circa 1905.
Lit.: Deutsche und österreichische Schmuckarbeiten. Pages 42-48.
B. Dry-v.Zezschwitz & G. Dry. Published 1991. (Cased) Sold

MURRLE BENNETT & Co. (1886-1914)
A silver Murrle Bennett & Co. buckle set opals.

Anglo/German. Marked MB & Co. and with import mark for London 1902.
Size: Height 4.2 cm. Width 6.4 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit.: Art Nouveau Jewelry. Vivienne Becker. Liberty Style. Academy Editions. Sold

A SKONVIRKE BUCKLE
A silver, three piece, Scandinavian buckle, depicting a Viking ship set on an enamelled background of a seascape.
Unmarked. Size: Height 5 cm. Width 10 cm. Circa 1910.
(In an original fitted case) Sold

OMAR RAMSDEN (1873-1939) & ALWYN CARR (1872-1940)
A silver buckle set an enamel, attributed to Charles Fleetwood Varley,
depicting a woodland scene.
(Fitted case)
Makers’ marks & hallmarks for London 1905. Size: Height 6.5 cm. Width 2 cm.
Lit.: Gürtelschließen des Jugendstils. Karl Kreuzer. Plate 22. Similar buckle. Sold

KATE HARRIS (fl. 1898-1920) for WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS
A rare silver two piece buckle.

English. Maker’s mark. Marked for London 1900. Size: Height 3.7 cm. Width 8.5 cm.
Lit.: A Marriage of Art and Commerce. Stephen Pudney. Silver Society Journal. Gürtelschließen des Jugendstils. Karl Kreuzer. Illustration page 22. (Fitted case) Sold

OLIVER BAKER (1856-1939) for LIBERTY & Co.
A silver buckle set central plaque of abalone the side sections of spot hammered
stylised scrollwork.

Marked ‘L & Co. Cymric’. Marked for B’ham 1901. Size: Ht. 6.8 cm. Width 10.6 cm.
(Fitted case) Liberty Jewellery sketch book number 107.
Sold

LEVINGER & BISSINGER.
A set of three Jugendstil silver enamelled buttons set with a cabochon garnet.

Anglo/German.  Marked for Levinger & Bissinger, 900 and Depose.
Size: Dia. 2.5 cm. Lit.: Schmuck in Deutschland und Österreich 1895-1914. Ulrike von Hase. Jugendstil-Schmuck // Art Nouveau Jewellery from Pforzheim. Fritz Falk. Sold

MAX JOSEPH GRADL (1873-1934) for THEODOR FAHRNER
A large, rare Jugendstil silver buckle set with green chalcedony.

German. Circa 1900. Marks: ‘TF ’‘935’ ‘Sterling’. Size: Height 4.8 cm. Width 8.2 cm.
Lit.: Schmuck in Deutschland und Österreich 1895-1914. Sold

ALBERT HOLBEIN (1869-1934) (Attrib.)
A Jugendstil, Fabulous Griffin Beast silver comb, having a plique-a-jour body and with its wings set with chrysoprase. A pearl clutched in its beak.
(Crazing to the plique-a-jour and repair to horn comb) German. Circa 1900.
Marks: ‘DGRM’ ‘900’ and Austrian silver import mark.
Size: Width of silver comb 6.3 cm. Total height of comb 14.7 cm.
Lit.: Art Nouveau Jewellery. Vivienne Becker. 1985. (Fitted case)
Schmuck in Deutschland und Österreich 1895-1914. Ulrike von Hase. Sold

THEODOR FAHRNER . MURRLE BENNETT & Co.
A set four Jugendstil silver enamelled buttons.
Anglo/German. Marked ‘TF, MB & Co., DEPOSE, REG, 925, SILVER.’
London import hallmark for 1903. (Fitted case) Sold

LIBERTY & Co.
A silver, two piece buckle, enamelled with blue and green enamels.

English. Marked ‘L. & Co.’ Hallmarks for 1911.
Size: Height 4.2 cm. Width 8.1 cm.
Lit.: Liberty Style. Academy Editions. Illus. B50. Sold

EVALD NIELSEN (1879-1958)
A large silver buckle of leaves and blossoms set malachite and labradorite.
Denmark. Circa 1910. Size: Height: 6 cm. Width 10.6 cm. (Fitted case)
Marked ‘Evald Nielsen 830 ’. Lit.: Danish Jewellery. Jacob Thage. Sold

BERTHA L. GOFF
A silver belt with a three panel buckle depicting winged cherubs. The links
depicting cherubs engaged in various pursuits.
Provenance: The artist’s great niece.
English. Circa 1902. Unmarked. Size of buckle 10 cm. 3.1 cm. Length of belt 70.2 cm.
Lit.: The National Art Exhibition catalogue 1902 and The Studio 1906. Sold

JOHN BAKER BENNETT & Co. A LIBERTY & Co. design.
A two piece silver buckle set turquoise.

English. Maker’s mark. Hallmarks for B’ham 1906.
Size: Height 4.9 cm. Width 8 cm. Liberty catalogue 1903, no. 83. Sold

JOHN EDWARD WILSON (1854-1934)
A large, two piece, silver buckle set with blue/green foil backed enamel
.
Each panel with aW’ monogram to reverse. Provenance: Family descent.
English. Circa 1910. Size: Height 5.8 cm. Width 10.8 cm. (Fitted case)
Sold

KATE HARRIS (fl. 1898-1920) for WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS.
A silver three piece ‘The Child’ belt buckle.
(Fitted case)
English. Hallmarks for London 1903. Numbered 2086. Size: Ht. 5 cm. W. 10.5 cm.
Lit.: A Marriage of Art and Commerce. Stephen Pudney. Silver Society Journal. Sold

KATE HARRIS (fl. 1898-1920) for WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS
A set of Arts & Crafts silver buttons, depicting the head of the ‘Puritan Maid’.

(Original fitted case)
English. Maker’s mark and hallmarks for London 1899. Size: Diameter 2.4cm.
Lit.: A Marriage of Art and Commerce. Stephen Pudney. Silver Society Journal. Sold

KATE HARRIS (fl. 1898-1920) for WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS
An Arts & Crafts silver belt. The buckle & panels depicting the profile of a child.

Some additional circular links added previously to increase length of belt.
English. Maker’s marks and hallmarks for B’ham 1903 to buckle and all panels.
Size: Width of buckle 4.5 cm. height. 4.2 cm. Length of belt 65 cm. Sold
MAX JOSEPH GRADL (1873-1934) for THEODOR FAHRNER
A set of six silver buttons set with turquoise stones.
Anglo/German. 1902. Marked to the reverse ‘T F’ and marks for Murrle Bennett & Co. Hallmarks for 1902. (Fitted case)
Lit.: Theodor Fahrner Jewelry. Pub. Schiffer. Similar jewellery page 94. Sold
OLIVER BAKER (1856-1939) for LIBERTY & Co.
A silver buckle set turquoise.

Marked L & Co. Hallmarks for B’ham 1900. Size: Height 5.5 cm. Width 7.3 cm.
Lit.: Liberty Style. Academy Editions. Sold
KATE HARRIS (fl. 1898-1920) for WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS.
A silver three piece ‘Puritan Maid’ belt buckle.

English. Maker’s mark and hallmarks for London 1899.
Size: Height 6 cm. Width 11.5 cm. (Buckle case)
Lit.: Simplicity or Splendor. Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum, object 120. Sold
MURRLE BENNETT & Co. (1886-1914)
A silver Murrle Bennett & Co. buckle set with turquoise
cabochon stones.
Anglo/German. Import mark for London 1903 and MB & Co.
Size: Ht. 4 .6 cm. Width 5.7 cm. (Buckle case)
Lit.: Art Nouveau Jewelry. Vivienne Becker. Liberty Style. Academy Editions. Sold 
C. R. ASHBEE (1863-1942) THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
An important silver and enamel buckle set mother-of -pearl formed as two
winged dragonflies.
English. Circa 1900. Size: Width 11.2. Height 6.1. (Fitted case)
Lit.: The Guild of Handicraft, Ltd., Workers in Applied Art Silversmiths & Jewellers.
Gürtelschließen des Jugendstils. Karl Kreuzer. Page 58. An illus. page 59. Sold
OLIVER BAKER (1856-1939) for LIBERTY & Co.
A silver buckle set with a central turquoise and with side sections of spot
hammered stylised scrollwork.
(Original Liberty & Co. case)
Marked ‘L & Co. Cymric’. Hallmarks for B’ham 1901. Size: Ht. 7 cm. Width 10.7cm.
Liberty Jewellery sketch book number 107. Sold

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