Puritan Values Ltd, The Dome, Arts and Antiques
Metalwork - SILVER and EPNS

MWS 10
A pair of Moorcroft silver hip flasks, with enamel river scenes.
£SOLD

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MWS 11
W.A.S Benson. A rare silver tea pot with wickerwork handle. Assay marks for London 1903.
Height 6", width 5".
£POA

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MWS 12
C.R Ashbee. The Guild of Handicraft. A set of four graduating silver plated tureens, with the classic wire work handles. Each with a small hanging hook. I have more GOH tureens further down the page see NA 29.
Height 10", width 16", depth 12"
Height 8.25, width 14", depth 10"
Height 7", width 12", depth 8.75".
Height 6", width 10", deth 7.5".
£POA.

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MWS 13
Five Arts and Crafts silver plated meat covers designed by C R Ashbee and made by the Guild Of Handicraft. One of the medium ones has a wonderful engraved inscription to the base which reads :- The Gift Of * Emmie * And * Geo * Ansty * 8th * December * 1898 *
Large X 2. Height 8 1/4", Width at base 10 3/4" Length at base 13 3/4".
Medium X 2. Height 7", Width at base 9 3/4", Length at base 11 1/2".
Small X 1. Height 5", Width at base 7 3/4", Length at base 10 1/2".
£POA.
These were rarely signed but authenticated by The Guild of Handicrafts silver smiths who still make silver in Chipping Camden in traditional ways to this day. www.hartsilversmiths.co.uk

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MWS 14
A fine quality hand made Arts and Crafts style silver plated puch bowl and matching ladle.
Height Approx 12", Approx Width 10".
£POA.

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MWS 15
Jesson Birkett and Co, a silver plated inkwell, stamped with a monogram and '682L', to the base. 17cm wide,
£POA.

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MWS 16
A good Arts and Crafts silver caddy spoon by A E Jones Circa 1920's
Length approx 5" to 6". Circa 1920's.
£POA.

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MWS 17
An Album/sketch book with a silver plated cover designed by Miss M. Lilian Simpson and made by The Art Union of London. Circa 1896. The design relates to the Growth of Life watched over by Angels and Love the central figure kisses the buds into life. Miss Simpson won a gold medal in a National competition of all the schools of Art under the science and Art department in 1894 and it was exhibited in the Royal Academy in 1896. 99% of the pages are still blank and unused. There is another example on display at The Cheltham Art Gallery and Museum and it is also illustrated on page 144 Fig.168 Cat.183 in 'Simplicity or Splendour' by Annette Carruthers and Mary Greenstead, Published by Lund and Humphries.
Height 9 3/4", Width 8" Thickness of the spine 2 1/2". £SOLD.

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MWS 18
A Christoher Dresser claret jug made by Hukin and Heath.
Height 8 1/2", Width 5 1/2". Circa 1880's.
£SOLD.

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MWS 19
A William Hutton silver topped green glass claret.
Height 12", Width 4". C1900.
£POA.

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MWS 20
A top quality Aesthetic Movement silver plated teapot and tray.
Circa 1875.
£POA.
Teapot Height 8 1/2", Length including spout 8 1/2".
Tray Height 26 1/2", Width 8 1/2".

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MWS 21
A rare silver plated jewelry box by W A S Benson with original blue lining and early hammer marks.
Height 3", Length 11 1/2", Depth 7". 1890's.
£POA.

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MWS 22
A Guild of Handicraft silver cup with engraving of a skier to the bowl, ivory turned support and the base engraved with stylised entwined trees.
Measurements Height 8 1/2", Width of bowl 6 1/4", Width of base 3 3/4".
1907.
£POA.

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MWS 23
A stunning Guild of Handicraft Muffin dish designed by CR Ashbee.
Height 5", Width 9 1/4".
£SOLD.

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MWS 24
W.A.S Benson. Silver plated hot water jugs.
Large Benson jug
£POA
Height 10", width 8".
Small Benson jug £250
Height 8", width 6.75".

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MWS 25
A fantastic Silver Plated Tea and Coffee set by Richard Hunt Measurements :-
Tray Width 20", Height 1 1/4",
Teapot Width Handle to Spout 9 1/2", Height 5 1/2"
Spirit kettle Width at base 6", Height 11"
Coffee Pot Handle to Spout Width 10", Height 8 1/2"
Milk Jug Handle to Spout Width 4", Height 4"
Sugar Pot Handle to Handle Width 6", Height 4" .
Circa 1850.
£POA.

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MWS 26
Designed by Harold Sargison, made by Sargison's, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, 1920 - 1940 A boxed set of 6 hand made and hand hammered silver spoons with 6 different coloured semi-precious cabochons 'entwined wire set' on twisted stems in the style of C.R.Ashbee.
Harold Sargison of Hobart designed and crafted hand-wrought silver spoons in the Arts and Crafts style from about 1920, when he acquired a jewellery business at 31 Murray Street, until his retirement in 1980, at the age of 95. An identical spoon to this set was presented to the Museum in 2002, the collection was assembled in the 1980s by Dr G W Kenneth Cavill, an Emeritus Professor of the University of New South Wales. In his retirement, Professor Cavill has researched and published the histories of notable Australian silverware manufacturers of the first part of the 20th century.
Height 4 1/2".
Circa 1905.
£SOLD.

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MWS 27
A wonderful Arts and Crafts silver chalice made by George Dimmer of superior quality and a heavy gage silver, the top rim has a strengthening ring inside the lip.
Height 5", Width 4 1/2".
Circa 1908.
£POA.

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MWS 28
A wonderful Art Nouveau silver vase with stylised floral handles by Elkington and Co. London Assay mark for 1909.
Height 8", Width across the arms 4".
£SOLD.

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MWS 29
An Arts and Crafts electro-plated and enamelled cigar box, hammered overall, the cover applied with a cut-out ‘Cigars’ with enamels in blue-green, stamped ‘Cambray Ware’. See Christie’s sale ‘Arts and Crafts with Liberty and Co’ 30th June 2005, lot 107 for a copper and enamel box stamped Cambray Ware. Also see ‘Collecting by Design: Silver and Metalwork of the Twentieth Century from the Margo Grant Walsh Collection’ Museum of Fine Arts, Houston 2008, p. 18-19, no. 8.
Height 3" 7.5cm, Length 10 1/2" 26.5cm.
£POA.

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MWS 30
A good silver plated jug designed by George Unite with scroll handle with original ratten and nice scroll top lid on flaring base.
Height 9" tall and 3 1/4" across the base.
Circa 1890.
£SOLD.

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MWS 31
An A E Jones silver oil lamp and lighting stick with inscription running round that reads 'THERE IS NO HERB LIKE IT UNDER THE CANOPY OF HEAVEN'. Birmingham 1907.
Height 4", Length 5", Depth 2 1/2".
£SOLD.

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MWS 32
A Silver Plated hot water jug by WAS Benson.
Height 8", Width from handle to spout 6".
Circa 1900.
£POA.

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MWS 33
Silver plated hot water jug by WAS Benson (Stamped on Handle).
Height 11". Circa 1905.
£POA.

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MWS 34
A hammered silver Arts and Crafts 3 handled bon bon dish by William Hutton. Circa 1908.
Height 4 1/2", Width 6" (not including the handles).
£POA.

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MWS 35
A fantastic silver plated casket by W.H.Hawson for the Keswick School of Industrial Art with Celtic interlacing. Circa 1912.
Height 3", Length 5 1/2", Depth 3 1/2".
£SOLD.

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MWS 36
A silver plated planter attributed to Margaret Gilmour with flaring top and stylised floral repousse details.
Height 6", Length 14", Width 7".Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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MWS 37
A continental silver bon bon dish with green glass jewells and stylised rose details. Circa 1900.
Height 1 1/2", Width 5 1/2", Depth 5 1/2".
£SOLD.

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MWS 38
A silver plated hot water jug with ebony angular handle and removable swinging lid that automatically opens when one pours water from it, in the manner of Dr Christopher Dresser. Circa 1880.
Height 6 3/4".
£POA

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MWS 39
A sweet little Arts and Crafts silver plated sugar/preserve bowl by Ruben and Birkett.
Width 6" Height 3 1/2".
£POA.

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MWS 40
Two silver parcel gilt goblets, maker's mark 'HL' in a shield, London 1980 and 1994, one with three dolphin supports (NOW SOLD), the other leaves, 11.5cm (4.5in) high, 779g (25 oz) gross The mark is of Hugh Alexander Forbes Latimer. He has been registered with Goldsmith's Hall since 1971.
£SOLD.

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