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ARCHIBALD KNOX for LIBERTY & Co.
A superb Arts & Crafts, Cymric, silver & ivory seven piece tea/coffee service .
Marks:- Coffee pot & hot milk jug, ‘L&Co., Cymric, 5108, B’ham 1903.’
............ Three piece tea set, ‘L&Co., Cymric, 5108, B’ham 1905.’
.............Tray, ‘L&Co., 5108, B’ham 1905. Kettle on stand, L&Co., B’ham 1905.
Size: Height of kettle on stand 30 cm. Length of tray 52 cm.
Lit.: Archibald Knox Stephen A. Martin, 2001. Pages 196-203 images of similar services. The Designs of Archibald Knox. A. J. Tilbrook. Page 70 for catalogue design of tea set.
ARCHIBALD KNOX for LIBERTY & Co.
An important large silver & glass claret jug.

Marked for Liberty & Co. & 'Cymric' Hallmarks for B'ham 1902.
Size: Height 31cm.
Lit.: Archibald Knox, Stephen A. Martin, 2001. Page 188. The Designs of Archibald Knox. A. J. Tilbrook.
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ARCHIBALD KNOX for LIBERTY & Co.
A silver inkwell. The lid decorated with intricate entrelac motifs and set with turquoise
stones. The sides decorated with cut out entrelac motifs.
Marked for Liberty & Co. &‘Cymric’. Hallmarks for B'ham 1903.
Size: Ht. 6 cm. 12.5 cm. square. Lit.: Archibald Knox. Stephen Martin.1995. Page 73.

ARCHIBALD KNOX for LIBERTY & Co.
A silver clock with an enamelled dial.

Size: Height 10.3 cm. Width at base 9.4 cm. Depth 4.4 cm.
Mark for Liberty & Co. Hallmarks for Birmingham 1906.
Lit.: Archibald Knox. Edited by Stephen A. Martin. P. 239
BERNARD CUZNER (1877-1956)
An i
mportant unique silver Arts & Crafts betrothal casket repoussé decorated with floral and patterned panels. Size: Length 25.5 cm. Width 11 cm. Height 11 cm.
Maker’s mark for Bernard Cuzner. Hallmarks for Birmingham 1918.
Illustrated on page 212, Fig. 208. The Silversmiths of Birmingham. Kenneth C. Jones.
ARCHIBALD KNOX for LIBERTY & Co.
An silver caddy set with four turquoise cabochon stones and with embossed celtic knot deco
ration. The pull off lid with a flat disc finial.
Marked for Liberty & Co & 'Cymric'. Hallmarks for Birmingham 1903. Number 5183.
Size: Height approx 9 cm. Diameter at base 8.8 cm.
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HUTTON & SONS Ltd.
An Arts & Crafts silver centrepiece bowl bordered with blue enamel plaques.
Maker’s mark. Hallmarks for London 1903.
Size: Length at base 29.5 cm. Width at base 22.5 cm.
Length a cross handles 39 cm. Height at handles 10 cm.
 
KATE HARRIS for HUTTON & SONS
An Art Nouveau twin handled silver cup and cover. The handles decorated with intertwined leaves. The finial cast as an anthropomorphic, leaf clad, maiden’s head.
Size: Height 32.5. Length across handles 26 cm. Diameter of base 15 cm.
Marks for William Hutton & Sons. Hallmarks for London 1899.
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Collections:- Victoria & Albert Museum Number M.22& A-1966. Silver, room 67, case16, shelf 2. Lit.: A Marriage of Art and Commerce. Stephen Pudney. Silver Society Journal.
KATE HARRIS
An Art Nouveau silver centrepiece supported on four curved feet.
Marked for  Goldsmiths  & Silversmiths Ltd.
Hallmarks for London 1901. Size: Width across handles 39.4 cm. L. of bowl 29 cm. W. of bowl 16.6 cm. Ht. 12.4 cm. Sold 

NELSON DAWSON (1859-1942)
A beautiful Arts & Crafts silver biscuit barrel. The lid set with three shimmering enamel yellow flowers.
Both the lid and the barrel marked N D’. Hallmarks to base of box for London 1902.
Height to top of final 16 cm. Width at widest point of barrel 13 cm. Sold 

JAMES DIXON & SONS
A pair of silver Arts & Crafts square based candelabra with faux rivet detail.
Hallmarks Sheffield 1910.
Size: Ht. 22 cm. Approx. width across a candelabrum 26.3 cm. Marks for J. Dixon & Sons. Sheffield 1910.
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Another pair available marked for Sheffield 1923.

 
C. R. ASHBEE (1863-1942) THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
An important Arts & Crafts silver sugar caster with five enamel panels. Each panel depicting a serpent curled around a tree. Fleetwood Charles Varley enamels.
Marked ‘G of H Ltd.’ Hallmarks London 1901.
Size: Height 13.5 cm. Diameter at base 10.4 cm.
Lit.: C. R. Ashbee’s, Modern English Silverwork. Plate 35.
The caster was exhibited at the Arts & Crafts Exhibition, New Gallery, Regent St. 1903. The Studio volume 28 page 185.
WILLIAM SNELLING HADAWAY (1872-1941)
An Arts & Crafts two handled bowl. The handles formed as sailing ships.
The centre inset with a vibrant enamel of a fish.

Size: Dia. 12 cm. Dia. at base 6.4 cm. Width across handles 19.9 cm.
Marked ‘WSH’ to bowl and handles
. Hallmarks for London 1904.
Lit.: The Studio June 1906, page 62, for and illustration of a bowl.
WILLIAM SNELLING HADAWAY (1872-1941)
An Arts & Crafts two handled bowl. The handles formed as sailing ships.
The centre inset with a vibrant enamel of a fish.
Size: Diameter 12 cm. Diameter at base 6.5 cm. Width across handles 20 cm.
Marked ‘WSH’ to bowl
. Hallmarks for London 1910.
Lit.: Jewelry & Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Studio, vol. 30, page 339.

KATE HARRIS for HUTTON & SONS
A superb Art Nouveau silver centrepiece with blue liner.
Marks for Hutton & Sons. Hallmarks for London 1902.
Size: Approx. Height 27.5 cm. Diameter of bowl 23 cm.
Width across handles 46 cm. Diameter of base 15 cm.
Lit.: A Marriage of Art and Commerce. Stephen Pudney. Silver Society Journal.
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CHARLES ROBERT ASHBEE (1863-1942)
An Arts & Crafts, hammered silver circular entrée dish. The lid surmounted by
a final of figures with mother-of pearl.
Size: Approx. height 10 cm. Dia. 17.8 cm.
Marked ‘C.R.A.’ for Charles Robert Ashbee. Hallmarks for London 1899.
Lit.: Modern English Silverwork. Essex House Press 1909. C. R. Ashbee.

THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907) C. R. ASHBEE (Attributed)
An Arts & Crafts, hammered silver salt, pierced with a design of leaves and
berries.
(Replaced green glass liner)
Marked ‘G of H Ltd.’ Hallmarks for London 1905.
Size: Height 4.1 cm. Diameter of base 5.5 cm. Diameter at rim 4.4 cm.

C. R. ASHBEE (1863-1942) THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
An Arts & Crafts, silver tazza modelled as a figure of a youth standing
on a domed base holding up a silver frame inset with a green glass bowl.
Size: Height 32.3 cm. Diameter of bowl 22.8 cm. Diameter of base 14 cm.
Marked ‘G of H Ltd.’ Hallmarks for London 1906.
Lit.: The Guild of Handicraft, Ltd., Workers in Applied Art Silversmiths & Jewellers.
By Appointment to H. M. The Queen.
Design plate 14 in C. R. Ashbee’s, Modern English Silverwork. Essex House Press.

THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
An Arts &
Crafts hammered silver box. The bowl set with green chalcedony.
The lid
decorated with floral motifs set with yellow stones.
Size: Diameter of lid 9.8 cm. Diameter at base 8.2 cm. Approx. height 6.5 cm.
Marked to lid and bowl ‘G of H Ltd.’ Hallmarks for London 1904.

C. R. ASHBEE (1863-1942) THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
An Arts & Crafts planished silver drinking glass tray. The entwined handle enclosing a sphere. The base with six impressions, chased with rosettes and
leaves, raised upon four ball feet.
Marked ‘G of H Ltd.’ Hallmarks for London 1901.
Size: L. 23 cm. Width 18 cm. Ht. 17 cm. Exhibited ‘Guild's Centenary Exhibition 2002.’
THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
An Arts & Crafts miniature silver vase set with three green chalcedony stones.
Size: Height 12 cm. Diameter of base 5.8 cm. Diameter at rim 3.4 cm.
Marked ‘G of H Ltd.’ Hallmarks for London 1905.
Lit.: Modern English Silverwork. Essex House Press 1909. C. R. Ashbee.
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CHARLES ROBERT ASHBEE (1863-1942)
An Arts & Crafts, silver bowl, pierced with a design of fruiting branches.

Size: Diameter 19.5 cm. Height 6.4 cm. Base diameter 9.3. Unmarked.
Lit.: A similar design, with flowers instead of fruit, is illustrated plate 97, in Modern English Silverwork. Essex House Press 1909. C. R. Ashbee. Also see Archive silver 4- item 23.

KATE HARRIS for HUTTON & SONS
An exceptional Art Nouveau silver timepiece.The clock face depicting a
Celestial Angel whose breath moves The Hands of Time. The arched case with florets and tendrils, raised on four naturalistic supports with projecting base and further flowerheads.
Original French lever timepiece.
Size: Height 21cm. Width 16 cm.
Mark for retailer Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Ltd. Hallmarks for London 1900.

A. E. JONES (1879-1954)
A pair of Arts & Crafts, hammered silver candlesticks depicting bats amidst
a motto a
dapted from Hamlet, ‘NOW IS THE WITCHING HOUR OF NIGHT’.
Maker's mark and marks for B’ham 1909. Size: Height 12.7 cm. Base diameter 10 cm.
Lit.: Simplicity or Splendor. Cheltenham Museum catalogue, Fig. 59, Cat.112.

HUTTON & SONS for GOLDSMITHS & SILVERSMITHS
A set of Arts & Crafts silver teaspoons with enamelled terminals.
Marked for Goldsmiths & Silversmiths. Hallmarks for London 1902.
Size: Length 11.3 cm. (New, blue leather, fitted case)
Lit.: Art Nouveau and Art Deco Silver. Annelies Krekel-Aalberse.

WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS Ltd.
A silver Arts & Crafts inkwell with four buttress supports. The base inset with four raised domed enamels. Probably an adaptation of a Kate Harris design.
Maker’s mark. Hallmarks for London 1903.
Size: Diameter of base 16.5 cm. Diameter of lid 5.8 cm. Height 7 cm.

C. R. ASHBEE (1863-1942) THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd.

A rare identical pair of silver butter dishes with handles set green chalcedony. Marks ‘G of H Ltd.’ and London 1906.
Dia. at rim 10.8 cm. Dia. base 7.5 cm. Length 17.7 cm. Sold 
Illus. Page 7, The Guild of Handicraft, Ltd., Workers in Applied Art Silversmiths & Jewellers. By Appoint. to H. M. The Queen.

THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
An Arts & Crafts hammered silver plated box. The lid set with a gold & silver foil backed enamel of ‘The Golden Stag of Artemis.’
Size: Diameter of lid 10.8 cm. Diameter at base 6.4 cm. Approximate height 6 cm.
Size of enamel 7.5 cm. Marked ‘G of H Ltd.’
to the base of the box. Circa 1900. Sold   
THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
‘THE ENTICEMENT OF HYLAS’. A silver hand mirror inset with a carved
wooden plaque depicting Hylas and the Naiads (Water Nymphs). The handle decorated with
flowering water plants. Marked ‘G of H Ltd.’ Hallmarks for London 1904. Size: Length 31.5 cm. Width 13.8 cm. Plaque length 17.8 cm. Width 12.6 cm.
EDWARD SPENCER (1872-1938) for ARTIFICERS’ GUILD
An Art
s & Crafts copper and silver tazza. The bowl with silver ivy leaf supports.
The base
mounted with four silver rose motifs and inset with mother-of -pearl plaques. Marked ‘ARTIFICER’S GUILD 9 MADDOX ST. LONDON W’.
Size: Height 21.5 cm. Diameter of bowl 32 cm. Diameter of base 14.1 cm.

EDWARD SPENCER (1872-1938) for ARTIFICERS’ GUILD
A pair of
Arts & Crafts silver plated candlesticks with hammered and wirework detail.
Size: Height 23.5 cm. Diameter of base 11.7 cm.
Marked with Edward Spencer’s personal mark. English. Circa 1910.
Lit.: Art Nouveau and Art Deco Silver. Annelies Krekel-Aalberse.

EDWARD SPENCER (1872-1938) for ARTIFICERS’ GUILD
An Arts & Crafts turned wood silver mounted spice bowl and spoon.
Size:  Height 6 cm. Diameter at rim 8 cm. Length of spoon 12.5 cm.
Marked  for  Edward Spencer & Artificer's Guild. Hallmarks for London 1927.
Spoon unmarked. Lit.: Art Nouveau and Art Deco Silver. Annelies Krekel-Aalberse. Sold 
ARTIFICERS’ GUILD.
An Arts & Crafts decorative silver mounted wooden gavel with a carved ivory handle.
English. Unmarked. Circa 1910. Size: Length of gavel 15 cm.
Lit.: Art Nouveau and Art Deco Silver. Annelies Krekel-Aalberse.  
HAROLD E. LANDON (1883-1962).
An Arts & Crafts silver lidded bowl chased with a band of roses and decorated with wirework boarders. The lid final set with a large turquoise stone.
Size: Rim diameter 13.8 cm. Base diameter 7.4 cm. Approx. height 9.4 cm.
Both lid and bowl marked for Harold E. Landon. Hallmarks for Chester 1934.

DIXON & SONS
A LARGE pair of silver Arts & Crafts square based candlesticks, with faux rivet detail to base.

Size: Height 29.7 cm. (Approx 12 inches). Base 13 cm. square.
Marked for Dixon & Sons. Hallmarks for Sheffield 1904. Sold 

THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
A silver menu holder set with a vibrant Arts & Crafts enamel of a cockerel.
Unmarked. Circa 1900. Size: Height 8.3 Width at base 5.3cm. Width at top 4.6 cm.
Lit.: The Guild of Handicraft, Ltd., Workers in Applied Art Silversmiths & Jewellers.
By Appointment to H. M. The Queen.
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THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
A silver menu holder set with a vibrant rectangular enamel of a fox.
Unmarked. Circa 1900. Size: Height 6cm. Width 5 cm.
Lit.: The Guild of Handicraft, Ltd., Workers in Applied Art Silversmiths & Jewellers.
By Appointment to H. M. The Queen.
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C. R. ASHBEE (1863-1942) THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
An Arts & Crafts silver plated muffin dish with a chrysoprase set finial to lid.
Size: Diameter 23.5 cm. Height 12 cm. Marked ‘G of H Ltd.’ Circa 1900.
Lit.: The Guild of Handicraft, Ltd.,Workers in Applied Art Silversmiths & Jewellery.
Identical example Cheltenham Museum. Simplicity or Splendor cat., fig. 52 cat. 38. 
C. R. ASHBEE (1863-1942) THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
A silver plated, spot hammered, entrée dish with hot water jacket.

English. Circa 1900. Approximate size: Length 30 .5 cm. Width 24.3 Height 11.5 cm.
Lit.: Illustration on page 7 of The Guild of Handicraft, Ltd., Workers in Applied Art Silversmiths & Jewellers. By Appointment to H. M. The Queen.
C. R. ASHBEE (1863-1942) THE GUILD OF HANDICRAFT Ltd. (1888-1907)
A silver plated, spot hammered, muffin dish with hot water jacket.

The finial to lid set with a moss agate.
English. Circa 1900. Approximate size: Diameter 21.2 cm. Height 15 cm.
Lit.: Arts and Crafts at Campden.  The Guild Of Handicraft Ltd. Illustration page 7.
A. E. JONES (1879-1954)
A pair of Arts & Crafts silver oak barley twist candlesticks. The square silver
bases and silver sconces with faux rivet detail.

Size: Height 23.5 cm. Base 9.5 cm by 9.5 cm.
Marks for A . E. Jones. Hallmarks for Birmingham 1912. Sold 
KATE HARRIS for HUTTON & SONS
An Art Nouveau silver centrepiece with a central panel of a youth picking fruit. Size: L. 50 cm. W. 22 cm. Ht. 13 cm.
Maker's  mark. Hallmarks London 1900. An identical centrepiece is illustrated in a Connell advert. printed in The Studio Sept 1904.

KATE HARRIS for HUTTON & SONS
An Art Nouveau silver posy vase. The rim cast with two maidens with outstretched arms intertwined with blossoms.
Size: Height with glass liner 21 cm. without 19.5 cm. Diameter of base 9.5 cm.
Maker’s mark. Hallmarks for London 1905.
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Lit.: A Marriage of Art and Commerce. Stephen Pudney. Silver Society Journal.

KATE HARRIS for HUTTON & SONS
An Arts & Crafts silver box. The lid depicting a young girl admiring her reflection in a mirror. The sides with typical Kate Harris floral designs.
Size: Lid 8.5 cm. long 7.9 cm. wide. Base at feet 7.3 cm. long 8 cm. wide. Ht. 5.4 cm.
Mark for Hutton & Sons. Hallmarks for London 1901.
  
KATE HARRIS for HUTTON & SONS
An exceptional Art Nouveau silver centrepiece with two opposing female figures & lily type leaf decoration to bowl.
Size: Approx. width across handles 49 cm.
Height at handles 29 cm. Height at centre 16.5 cm.
Marks for George Lawrence Connell. Hallmarks London 1901.
KATE HARRIS for HUTTON & SONSS
An Art Nouveau, silver mirror depicting a maiden with lilies. A version of the ‘Puritan Maid’ design. Original bevelled mirror.

Size: Height 28.8 cm. Width 21 cm.
Mark for Hutton & Sons. Hallmarks for Birmingham 1908.
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Lit.: A Marriage of Art and Commerce. Stephen Pudney. Silver Society Journal.
 

KATE HARRIS for HUTTON & SONS
A silver cigar box. The lid set with an Art Nouveau plaque of ‘The Three Graces’.

Wood lining interior. Size at base: Length 22 cm. Width 15 cm. Height 8.5 cm.
Mark  for Hutton & Sons. Hallmarks for London 1903.
Lit.: A Marriage of Art and Commerce. Stephen Pudney. Silver Society Journal.
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KATE HARRIS for HUTTON & SONS
A pair o
f Art Nouveau silver vases decorated with floral sprays. The bases decorated with three stylized leaves.
Size: Height 25.5 cm. Diameter at rim 10.8 cm. Diameter of base 9.5cm.
Mark for Hutton & Sons. Hallmarks for London 1901.
Lit.: A Marriage of Art and Commerce. Stephen Pudney. Silver Society Journal.
 
KATE HARRIS.
‘An ALLAGORY OF FATE’ & ‘an ALLAGORY OF LOVE’.
A pair of Symbolist watercolours.
These are the only know Kate Harris paintings in which can be seen many elements of design used in her silver work.
Signed ‘Kate Harris‘ and dated 1901/1902. Sold 
Size: Image 35.5 cm. x 54 cm. In frame 59 cm. x 79 cm.  

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