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EDWARD SPENCER (1872-1938) for ARTIFICERS’ GUILD
A rare pair of Arts & Crafts, silver and glass decanters. One decanter stopper
with a vine leaf finial and golden vine leaf motifs for wine, the other with a shell finial and golden shell motifs for water. The heavy glass with random bubble decoration.
English. Circa 1905. Unmarked. Size: Height 28 cm.
Lit.: Art Nouveau and Art Deco Silver. Annelies Krekel-Aalberse.
The Studio 1913. Volume 58 pages 21- 24. See also Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery. Exhibit 1972M120. An Edward Spencer, James Powell & Sons decanter.

GILBERT LEIGH MARKS (1861-1905)
A large silver dish, repoussé decorated in high relief with the exotic leaves and blossoms of the WARATAH bush which is the New South Wales state emblem.

Size: Length 44 cm.
Signed ‘Gilbert Marks 1900’. Marked ‘G M’. Hallmark for London 1900.
Lit.: Simplicity or Splendor. Cheltenham Museum catalogue 1999.
OMAR RAMSDEN (1873-1939) & ALWYN CARR (1872-1940)
A pair of Arts & Craf
ts hammered silver candlesticks with flame and ropetwist decoration. The circular drip pans with four supports.
Size: Height 18 cm. Diameter base 11.7 cm . Diameter of drip pan 8.5 cm.
Mark for Ramsden & Carr. Engraved, ‘Omar Ramsden et Alwyn Carr me fecurunt.’ Hallmarks for London 1914.

OMAR RAMSDEN (1873-1939) & ALWYN CARR (1872-1940)
A lightly hammered, cylindrical silver box, decorated with flowering branches.
The lid with a final set mother-of-pearl.
Size: Diameter of lid 10.4 cm. base 10.4 cm. Height approximately 9 cm.
Mark for Ramsden & Carr. Hallmarks for London 1907.
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OMAR RAMSDEN (1873-1939)
A pair of Arts & Crafts silver plated candlesticks on hexagonal bases with rope work bo
rders. The circular drip pans with six supports and grapevine detail with
four cabochon garnets to the central knops.
Size: Height 20.2 cm. Base across 12.7 cm. Unmarked. Circa 1920.
Lit.: Omar Ramsden exhibition catalogue, Birmingham Museum, 1993.

EDWARD SPENCER (1872-1938)
ARTIFICERS’ GUILD(1901-1942)
A pair of Arts & Crafts, silver mounted glass decanters.
One vine leaf stopper set amethysts, one set garnets.
Heights 28 cm. 26 cm. The heavy glass with ripple decoration. Marks for Artificers’ Guild and London 1924. One unmarked. Lit.: The Studio 1913. Vol. 58 pages 21- 24.
See also B’ham Museums & Art Gallery. Ex. 1972M120.

BIRMINGHAM GUILD OF HANDICRAFTS Ltd. (Established 1895)
A pair of silver dishes with original green glass liners.
Size: Diameter 14 cm.
Maker's marks. Hallmarks for Birmingham 1904.
Lit.: The Silversmiths of Birmingham. Editor Kenneth Crisp Jones.
HENRY WILSON (1864-1934)
An exceptional, large, Arts & Crafts silver frame, set with lapis stones to the doors and in tree-like settings. The frame is surmounted by a a silver figure, the personification of Charity as a woman with two children, with the word ‘CARITAS’ beneath. Size: Ht. 43 cm. Width of base, including feet, 33 cm. Depth 21 cm. Circa 1900.
Lit.: Pre-Raphaelite to Arts & Crafts Jewellery. Charlotte Gere & Geoffrey C. Munn 1996. Arts & Crafts in Britain & America. Isabelle Anscombe & Charlotte Gere. 1978.
See also Enamels/Metal page for Henry Wilson items.

BIRMINGHAM GUILD OF HANDICRAFTS Ltd. (Established 1895)
A silver box with entwined ‘Celtic frieze’.
Size: L.14 cm. W.9 cm. Ht. 7 cm.
Engraved with a presentation inscription of historical interest ‘Robert Catterson Smith from William Kenrick. Nov. 1914’. Marked for B'ham Guild of Handicraft. Hallmarks
for B’ham 1902. Lit.: The Silversmiths of Birmingham. Editor Kenneth Crisp Jones.
JOHNSON WAKER & TOLHURST
A silver mounted glass tankard set with four enamel roundels to the lid and four enamel roundels to the centre band.

Size: Height 25.5 cm. Base diameter 11cm. Lid diameter 9.5 cm.
Marked for Johnson Walker & Tolhurst, 172, New Bond Street.
Hallmarks for London 1901.
EDWARD SPENCER (1872-1938) for ARTIFICERS’ GUILD
A pair of mixed metal stemmed cups, fashioned from Solomon Island coconut
bowls, with hammered silver interiors, supported on copper stems with silver arched panels and ropework to silver bases. Each supported on five circular, silver pads.
Marked with Edward Spencer's personal mark.
English. Circa 1913. Size: Height 13.5 cm. Sold 
EDWARD SPENCER (1872-1938) for ARTIFICERS’ GUILD
An Arts & Crafts cup set with chrysoprase stones.

Unmarked. English Circa 1911. Size: Height 10.3 cm. Width across oval rim 6.7 cm.
HAROLD STABLER (1872-1945) for ADIE BROTHERS
An Art Deco silver candelabrum & candlesticks designed by Harold Stabler.

Each hallmarked for Birmingham 1934.
The candlesticks signed ‘Harold Stabler’and marked for Adie Brothers. The candelabrum with unidentified mark.
Approx. ht. of candlesticks 10.6 cm. Base dia. 10.6 cm. Approx. ht. of candelabrum 29.5 cm. Base dia. 13.5 cm.

A. E. JONES (1879- 1954)
A pair of hammered sliver pepperettes perched on three feet.
Maker’s ma
rk and hallmarks for Birmingham 1915.
Size: Approxim
ate height 6 cm. Diameter at rim 4 cm.
Lit.: The Silversmiths of Birmingham. Editor Kenneth Crisp Jones.
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A. E. JONES (1879-1954)
An Arts & Crafts, hammered silver bowl, supported on four legs, decorated with a frieze border of four roses and leaves. Ideal for fruit or flower display.
Mark for A. E. Jones. Hallmarks for B’ham 1908. Size: Ht. 11 cm. Diameter 14.5 cm.

A. E. JONES (1879-1954)
An Arts & Crafts, hammered silver preserve pot and matching spoon with original glass liner. The canister with silver floral and wirework decorations.

Maker’s mark. Hallmarks on both canister and spoon for Birmingham 1919.
Size: Approx. height 13.3 cm. Dia. of base 8.6 cm. Length of spoon 13.3 cm. Sold 

A. E. JONES (1879-1954)
An Arts & Crafts, hammered silver bowl, supported on four legs, decorated with a frieze border of four roses and thorny branches. Ideal for fruit or flower display.
Mark for A. E. Jones. Hallmarks for B’ham 1912. Size: Ht. 13.2 cm. Dia.17.3 cm.
(This bowl is larger than the bowl, number15, illustrated above.)

EVALD NIELSEN (1879-1958)
A silver dinner bell. The marine tusk handle formed as a boy on the back of a dolphin. The bell with a hammered finish and a wave design.

Marked inside bell Evald Nielsen, 830 S, ANNO 1926’.
The bell rim marked EN S 830Size: Height 16.4 cm. Dia. at base of bell 9.1 cm. Sold 
A JUGENDSTIL SILVER TEA CADDY. German. Circa 1900.
Silver
with gilded interior.
Size: Length 13 cm. Width 10 cm. Height 10.5 cm.
Marked with German 800 silver marks and Austrian import mark. Also Stamped A P.
Lit.: SILVER. Annelies Krekel-Aalberse. Illustration page 75. An identical tea caddy is illustrated in an advertisement for Connell printed in The Studio, September 1904.
HENRY GEORGE MURPHY (1884-1939)
A rare set of silver pearl mounted cocktail sticks in the original fitted case.
Marked for H. G. Murphy and with the Falcon mark. Hallmarks London 1930.
Size: Length 7.7 cm. Lit.: The Jewellery and Silver of H. G. Murphy. Paul Atterbury
and John Benjamin. This set is illustrated on page 107.
HOLLAND, ALDWINCKLE and SLATER. Attributed to LATINO MOVIO.
A silver bowl decorated with apple blossom and fruits.

Size : Diameter at centre 19 cm. Height 12.5 cm. Hallmarks for London 1902.
Mark for Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater.
Latino Movio executed silver in a style similar to that of Gilbert Marks.
Lit.: Art Nouveau and Art Deco Silver. Annelies Krekel-Aalberse.
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HAROLD STABLER (1872-1945) for ADIE BROTHERS
A set of three Art Deco silver Candelabra designed by Harold Stabler.

Hallmarked for Bi
rmingham 1936.
The three branch candelabra marked for Adie Brothers.
The five  branch candelabrum marked ‘WHM’.
Size: Height 30 cm.
Width of three branch candelabra 20.5 cm.
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HENRY WILSON (1864-1934)
A copper box with silver decoration. The applied emblematic rondels depicting creatures, including a snake, fox and an owl.
English. Circa 1900. Size: Width 12 cm. Ht. 11.5 cm .  Depth 9.5 cm. Lit.: Arts & Crafts in Britain & America. Isabelle Anscombe & Charlotte Gere. The Jewellery and Silver of H. G. Murphy. Atterbury and Benjamin.
A. E. JONES (1879-1954)
An Arts &
 Crafts, hammered silver inkwell with a domed, hinged lid above a tapering body with six studs to a base with six ball feet. New interior glass liner.
Size: Base diameter 15 cm. Height 9 cm. Maker’s mark. Hallmarks for B’ham 1911.
Lit.: The Silversmiths of Birmingham. Editor Kenneth Crisp Jones.
A. E. JONES (1879-1954) An Arts & Crafts, hammered silver, four piece tea set.

Marked for A. E. Jones. Hallmarks for B’ham 1904/1905.
Hot water jug marked for G. L. Connell. Hallmarks for B’ham 1910. Size of teapot across handle 25 cm. Ht. 13.5 cm. Ht. of jug 17 cm. Illus. page 183. The Silversmiths of Birmingham.

A. E. JONES (1879-1954) RUSKIN POTTERY (1898-1935)
A silver, Arts & Crafts, centrepiece bowl. The cylindrical foot set with four Ruskin ceramic plaques.
The base supported on an ebonised wooden stand.
Maker’s marks. Hallmarks for B’ham 1903.
Size: Bowl ht. 10.2 cm. Dia. top 15.2 cm. Stand ht. 7.5 cm. Dia. 19 cm. Sold 

ELKINGTON & Co.
An impressive, heavy silver, Art Nouveau tea and coffee set with kettle and stand,
decorated with stylised flowers and wavy bands. The stand with burner.
Maker’s mark. Hallmarks for B’ham 1901. Kettle B’ham 1903. Size: Total height of kettle on stand 40 cm. Dia. of base 14 cm. Ht. of teapot 16 cm. Dia. of base 12.7 cm.

SIBYL DUNLOP (1889-1968)
An Arts & Crafts hammered silver napkin ring set with three
moonstones of
varying sizes.

Size: Diameter 4.7 cm. Height 3.1 cm.
Marks for Sibyl Dunlop. Hallmarks for London 1963. 
OMAR RAMSDEN (1873-1939) 

A pair of Arts & Crafts hammered silver dishes on four ball feet. Original fitted case.
Mark for Omar Ramsden and Omar Ramsden Me Fecit. Size: Across handles 11 cm. Across dish 7.6 cm.
Height to handle 5 cm. Width 4.6 cm. London 1934. Sold 

ELKINGTON & Co.
An Art Nouveau, silver, four piece tea set decorated with bands of stylized
flowers and foliage.
Maker’s mark. Hallmarks for B’ham 1903.
Ht. of teapot 15 .5 cm.  Dia. of base 11.3 cm. Ht. of waterpot 19 cm. Dia. of base 9 cm .
Ht. of sugar 10.5 cm. Dia. of base 9 cm. Ht. of cream jug 10.5 cm. Dia. of base 6.5 cm.

JOHN PAUL COOPER (1869-1933)
A shagreen box with silver mounts.
Marked with JPC monogram.
Size: Length 15.3 cm. Width 8.4 cm. Height 5.6 cm. English. Circa 1918.
Lit.: John Paul Cooper. N. Natasha Kuzmanović. 

CARL T. HAAGENSEN. Rønne. Denmark. (Flourished 1893-1937)
A set of Skonvirke silver spoons, the terminals formed as an owl.
Danish assay marks for 1910. Assay master’s mark for C. F. Heise.
Size: Length 11.8 cm. Width of spoon 2.5 cm. Original fitted retailer's case.
The silk marked, ‘CARL T. HAAGENSEN. JUVELER & GULDSMED. RØNNE ’.
ARTIFICERS’ GUILD attributed to EDWARD SPENCER (1872-1938)
An Arts & Crafts, hatpin or pin cushion. The silver ring frame mounted with eagles, also with symbols of eternity, snakes swallowing their own tail, and with florets.

The borders with applied wirework. Original wooden base.
Mark for Artificers’ Guild and London 1928. Size: Dia. 12.8 cm. Ht. of ring 3.5 cm.   
A. E. JONES (1879-1954)
A pair of Arts & Crafts hammered silver sugar casters.
Size: Height 11.5 cm. Diameter of base 4.2 cm.
Marked for Payne & Son. Hallmarks for Birmingham 1913.
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ARTIFICERS’ GUILD (1901-1942)
An Arts & Crafts shagreen case with silver mounts.

Size:  Width 7 cm. Length 19.5 cm.
Mark for Artificers’ Guild. Hallmarks for London 1922.
Lit.: Art Nouveau and Art Deco Silver. Annelies Krekel-Aalberse. Sold   
A. E. JONES (1879-1954)
A large Arts & Crafts, hammered silver centrepiece, decorated with floral rondels and with lea
f decorations to the six points of the hexagonal base.
Size: Approx. Diameter of bowl 23 cm. Across base 15 cm. Height 24.5 cm.
Maker's mark and hallmarks for Birmingham 1929.
Lit.: The Silversmiths of Birmingham. Editor Kenneth Crisp Jones.

KATE HARRIS for HUTTON & SONS
A silver Arts & Crafts jewellery box with organic, leaf form decorations to corners and lid. The interior velvet lined.
Size: L. 13 cm. W. 10 cm. Ht. 6.5 cm.
Maker’s mark. Hallmarks for London 1904.
Sold 
Lit.: A  Marriage of Art and Commerce. Stephen Pudney. Silver Society Journal.

GEORG ADAM SCHEIDT
A small Art Nouveau silver box.
Size: 5 cm. x 5 cm. Height 1.5 cm
Marked for Georg Adam Scheidt. Austrian silver mark. Circa 1900.
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A. E. JONES (1879- 1954)
An Arts & Crafts, hammered silver gravy or sauceboat.

Mark for A. E. Jones. Hallmarks for B’ham 1924. Size: Length 17 cm. Height 10 cm.
Lit. : The Silversmiths of Birmingham. Kenneth Crisp Jones.
A pair also available marked for A. E. Jones and dated B’ham 1924.
 Sold 
A. E. JONES (1879-1954)
An Arts & Crafts, hammered silver preserve pot with glass liner and spoon.
The canister decorated with silver floral and wirework decorations.

Marks: Canister marked for Payne & Son. Hallmarks for B’ham 1910. Spoon marked ‘AEJ’. Hallmarks for B’ham 1923. Height approx. 12.5 cm.
 Sold 
ARTIFICERS’ GUILD (1901-1942)
A set of six Arts & Crafts silver teaspoons with wirework decoration and shell terminals. Unmarked. Circa 1908.
Size:  Approx. length of spoons 9.4 cm. Length of bowl of spoon 2.4 cm. Width 2 cm.
The original fitted case marked to the silk,THE ARTIFICERS' GUILD LTD.
9 MADDOX STREET LONDON W ’. Sold   
A. E. JONES (1879-1954)
An Arts & Crafts hammered silver muffin dish. The interior with a movable silver lid to cover the section for hot water.
Maker's mark. Hallmarks for Birmingham 1935.
Size: Approx. Diameter across at centre 18 cm. Height 15cm.
Lit.: The Silversmiths of Birmingham. Editor Kenneth Crisp Jones.
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ARTIFICERS’ GUILD (1901-1942)
A set of twelve Arts & Crafts silver teaspoons with circular terminals depicting Viking ships in full sail. Size: Approx length of spoons 11.8 cm.
Marked  for Artificers' Guild Ltd. Hallmarks for London 1912.
The original fitted  case marked to the silk,THE ARTIFICERS' GUILD LTD.
4 CONDUIT STREET LONDON W ’.

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