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JOHN CAMPBELL Silver Caviar DishJOHN CAMPBELL Silver Caviar Dish

London 2000
Millennium Hallmark
Diameter: 15 cm
Height: 10 cm

£595

(New price £1125) 



RICHARD JARVIS Silver 'Rule Britannia' Ruler

London 2002
34 cm

£475

Engraved with dates and names of all English Monarchs

Original box

(New retail price £1250) 


RICHARD JARVIS Silver 'Rule Britannia' Ruler

Pair Silver CandlesticksPair Silver Candlesticks

London 1953
Coronation Hallmark
Maker's mark worn
Diameter: 11.7cm
Height: 3.2 cm

£240  



KENNETH LESSONS Silver Christening Mug

London 1959
Made by Wakely & Wheeler
Designed by Kenneth Lessons
MUG:
Height: 8 cm
Width: 9 cm
Hand engraved with a Teddy Bear playing a Drum

£250

Bowl
Diameter: 11 cm

£120

Kenneth Lessons - born 1933 studied at Sheffield College of Art before attending the Royal College of Art. Opened own studio in 1957 and immediately received important commissions, including a mace to be presented by the Queen Mother.  


KENNETH LESSONS Silver Christening Mug

CECIL COLYER Silver JugCECIL COLYER Silver Jug

London 1968
Height: 9.2 cm
Width: 13 cm

£395


Cecil Frederick Colyer studied at Cambridge and spent time in Nigeria in the Colonial Service. Returning to England he ran a boys club at Uppingham School and during the war was a pilot instructor for the RAF.In 1952 was appointed as Head of Metal and Woodwork at Bryanston School. He was a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Turners and registered his London mark in 1965 then later in Edinburgh. One of his students, Simon Beer, called him '...an inspired teacher'. He died in 1994. 



JOHN GRENVILLE Hammered Silver Dish

London 1960
16.5 cm

£240

John Grenville (1918-2004)
After war service studied at the Central School of Arts and Crafts 1945-7 and opened a shop in Suffolk in 1966. He produced many pieces of eccliastical silver for East Anglian chuches - a chalice and paten by him is in the V&A.. 


JOHN GRENVILLE Hammered Silver Dish

MAPPIN & WEBB Silver BeakerMAPPIN & WEBB Silver Beaker

London 2001
Height: 12 cm
Diameter: 5.2 cm

£250 each

2 available

Unusual design 'crumpled' foot 



JOYCE BROCKENHURST Silver Dish

London 1954
Width: 10 cm

£98 


JOYCE BROCKENHURST Silver Dish

JOHN FOSTER MILLER Six Silver GobletsJOHN FOSTER MILLER Six Silver Goblets

London 1969
Height: 16.5 cm

£1950

John Foster Miller entered his mark in 1969. 



MICHAEL BENSTED Large Silver Teaset

Large 3 Piece Silver Teaset
Michael Bensted
London 1975
Teapot Width: 30 cm
Height: 15 cm
Weight: 64 oz

£2500

Michael Robert Bensted was born in 1938 and studied at Canterbury College of Art and London's Central School of Arts and Crafts. Apprenticed to Nayler Brothers, he registered his mark in 1969 and set up as a freelance designer-silversmith in Hornchurch. 


MICHAEL BENSTED Large Silver Teaset

PATRICK MAVROS Pair Silver ElephantsPATRICK MAVROS Pair Silver Elephants

Pair Silver Elephants
Patrick Mavros
Width base: 18 cm
Height: 12 cm

£2850

 



BRIAN CAIN Silver Dish

Silver Dish
Designed by Brian Cain
Wakely & Wheeler
London 1958
Diameter: 15.5 cm
Height: 5 cm

£450 


BRIAN CAIN Silver Dish

BRIGHTON SCHOOL of ART 6 Silver SpoonsBRIGHTON SCHOOL of ART 6 Silver Spoons

London 1970
10.5 cm

£120

 



SILVER WORKSHOP LTD Silver Salt & Pepper

London 1963
Height: 9.3 cm

£275

Keith Redfern, Ronald Steven and Tony Laws met were contemporaries at the Royal College of Art and jointly set up Silver Workshop Ltd in the early 1960's and stopped trading in 1972.

(New corks to base) 


SILVER WORKSHOP LTD Silver Salt & Pepper

ALBERT BROOKER Silver CruetALBERT BROOKER Silver Cruet

Three Piece Silver Cruet
Albert Brooker
London 1961
Height: 10 cm

£450

Albert George Brooker registered his mark in 1945 (AGB in a rectangle - not to be confused with that of Gerald Benney's AGB in 3 circles) He mainly produced ecclesiastical work and taught at the Central School of Arts and Crafts. 



ALBERT BROOKER Silver Caster

Silver Caster
Albert Brooker
London 1961
15 cm

£395

Albert George Brooker registered his mark in 1945 (AGB in a rectangle - not to be confused with that of Gerald Benney's AGB in 3 circles) He mainly produced ecclesiastical work and taught at the Central School of Arts and Crafts. 


ALBERT BROOKER Silver Caster

DEAKIN & FRANCIS Silver DishDEAKIN & FRANCIS Silver Dish

Silver Dish
Deakin & Francis
Birmingham 1963
Length: 21 cm
Width: 12 cm

£250 



PATRICIA HAMILTON Silver Spoon

Silver Spoon
London 1991
Patricia Hamilton
14.5 cm

£79

Hot forged - 4 available

Patricia Jean Hamilton trained at the Sir John Cass School of Art in the 1970's and won several Design awards. She has made silver guitar buckles for Paul McCartney, ecclesiastical silver and is in the Aberdeen Museum. She lives and works in the Cotswolds. 


PATRICIA HAMILTON Silver Spoon

PATRICIA HAMILTON Silver Mounted Cake KnifePATRICIA HAMILTON Silver Mounted Cake Knife

Silver Mounted Cake Knife
Patricia Hamilton
London 1990
Length: 29.5 cm

£150

Patricia Jean Hamilton trained at the Sir John Cass School of Art in the 1970's and won several Design awards. She has made silver guitar buckles for Paul McCartney, ecclesiastical silver and is in the Aberdeen Museum. She lives and works in the Cotswolds. 



Silver Sugar Caster

Silver Sugar Caster
Carrington & Co
London 1962
Height: 15.5 cm
Weight: 206 gms

£295 


Silver Sugar Caster

6 Piece Silver Cruet6 Piece Silver Cruet

6 Piece Silver Double Cruet
Carrington & Co
London 1961
Height Salt: 10.2 cm
506 gms

£495 the pair
 



Large Modern Design Silver Sauceboat

London 1962
Carrington and Co
Length: 21.5cm
Weight:527g

£595 each

Three available

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Large Modern Design Silver Sauceboat

GWENDOLINE WHICKER Silver Serving SpoonGWENDOLINE WHICKER Silver Serving Spoon

Silver Serving Spoon
Gwendoline Whicker
London 1963
23 cm

£220

Gwendoline Cross was born in Bristol in 1900 and attended Bristol Art School. She married Australian artist Fred Whicker in 1931 and lived in Clifton, Bristol and both of them exhibited at the Royal West of England Academy annual exhibitions. They moved to Wood Lane, Falmouth and she registered her hallmark in London in 1948. She made cutlery, jewellery boxes with hand beaten silver decorated with either enamel or semi-precious stones and jewellery. They moved from the New Bristol Arts Club to the St. Ives Society of Artists, with Gwen as secretary and Fred treasurer and exhibited there until their deaths. She produced etchings, paintings, drawings, sculpture, jewellery and silverwork. Much of her silver work has not been traced as it was sent to Fred's sister in Canada on her death. A retrospective exhibition of their work was held at the Falmouth Art Gallery in 1994 when 14 pieces of silverwork were loaned from private collections.  



GWENDOLINE WHICKER Silver Butter Knife

Silver Butter Knife
Gwendoline Whicker
London 1959
10 cm

£140

Gwendoline Cross was born in Bristol in 1900 and attended Bristol Art School. She married Australian artist Fred Whicker in 1931 and lived in Clifton, Bristol and both of them exhibited at the Royal West of England Academy annual exhibitions. They moved to Wood Lane, Falmouth and she registered her hallmark in London in 1948. She made cutlery, jewellery boxes with hand beaten silver decorated with either enamel or semi-precious stones and jewellery. They moved from the New Bristol Arts Club to the St. Ives Society of Artists, with Gwen as secretary and Fred treasurer and exhibited there until their deaths. She produced etchings, paintings, drawings, sculpture, jewellery and silverwork. Much of her silver work has not been traced as it was sent to Fred's sister in Canada on her death. A retrospective exhibition of their work was held at the Falmouth Art Gallery in 1994 when 14 pieces of silverwork were loaned from private collections. 


GWENDOLINE WHICKER Silver Butter Knife

GWENDOLINE WHICKER Silver SpoonGWENDOLINE WHICKER Silver Spoon

Silver Spoon
Gwendoline Whicker
London 1951
18 cm

£220

Gwendoline Cross was born in Bristol in 1900 and attended Bristol Art School. She married Australian artist Fred Whicker in 1931 and lived in Clifton, Bristol and both of them exhibited at the Royal West of England Academy annual exhibitions. They moved to Wood Lane, Falmouth and she registered her hallmark in London in 1948. She made cutlery, jewellery boxes with hand beaten silver decorated with either enamel or semi-precious stones and jewellery. They moved from the New Bristol Arts Club to the St. Ives Society of Artists, with Gwen as secretary and Fred treasurer and exhibited there until their deaths. She produced etchings, paintings, drawings, sculpture, jewellery and silverwork. Much of her silver work has not been traced as it was sent to Fred's sister in Canada on her death. A retrospective exhibition of their work was held at the Falmouth Art Gallery in 1994 when 14 pieces of silverwork were loaned from private collections. 



JOHN DONALD Silver Burgundy Label

Silver Burgundy Label
John Donald
London 1967
Britannia Standard
Diameter: 6 cm

£295

Commissioned by the Wine Label Circle
With removeable silver plaque

John Alistair Donald was born in 1928 and studied jewellery at the Royal College of Art. He is considered to be one of the leading Post War British jewellers although he did produce some silver items. 


JOHN DONALD Silver Burgundy Label

SUE LAWDAY Silver Stilton ScoopSUE LAWDAY Silver Stilton Scoop

Silver Stilton Scoop
Sue Lawday
Sheffield 1990
29.3 cm

£450 



OXFORD School of Art Silver Server

Silver Server
Oxford School of Art
London 1972
26.5 cm

£69

Anthony Hawksley taught there 


OXFORD School of Art Silver Server

PETER MASON Silver Stilton ScoopPETER MASON Silver Stilton Scoop

Silver Stilton Scoop
Peter Mason
London 1988
19.5 cm

£195

Peter trained at Brighton College of Art and the Central School before joining Naylor Brothers where he worked on restoration. He also taught metalwork. He took early retirement, did a refresher course and set up his own workshop. He exhibited at 'Silver and Tea - a perfect blend' at Goldsmiths Hall in 1998. 



WALLACE SMYTH Silver Candelabra

Silver Candelabra
Wallace Smyth
Sheffield 1990
Height: 54 cm
Width: 39 cm
Weight: 74 oz

£1950

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and see further images

Wallace Smyth was born in Dinnington, Sheffield in 1911. At 14 he won a scholarship to a local Art School. In 1927 he started his career at Mappin and Webb, ultimately becoming Head of Design. Later he lectured at Chesterfield College of Art and continued freelance design and silversmithing into his 90's.The New Hawley Gallery at Kelham Island Museum, Sheffield, opened to the public with its first exhibition featuring the 'life and designs of Wallace Smyth who will be 100 years old this February'. 


WALLACE SMYTH Silver Candelabra

KENNETH LESSONS Silver Pen TrayKENNETH LESSONS Silver Pen Tray

Silver Pen Tray
Kenneth Lessons
London 1959
Length: 24.8 cm

£395

Kenneth Lessons - born 1933 studied at Sheffield College of Art before attending the Royal College of Art. Opened own studio in 1957 and immediately received important commissions, including a mace to be presented by the Queen Mother.
 



NAYLER BROTHERS Silver Cruet

3 Piece Silver Cruet
Nayler Brothers
London 1957
Height: 8.5 cm

£395

Fine 1950's design - Nayler Brothers were the principle manufacturers for Garrard, the Crown Jewellers 


NAYLER BROTHERS Silver Cruet

DEREK BIRCH Silver & Acrylic CandlesticksDEREK BIRCH Silver & Acrylic Candlesticks

Silver Mounted Acrylic Candlesticks
Birmingham 1973
Double Centenary Hallmark
7.5 cm

£120 pair

Derek Birch (1941-2011) studied at the Birmingham School of Jewellery and Silversmithing and then Birmingham College of Art 1957-62 and Royal College of Art 1962-5. Established a workshop in Lincoln and received many important commissions for the City of Lincoln and three presented to the Queen. He returned to Birmingham in the late 1960's and taught full time - among his many students was Theresa Nguyen who holds him in high regard - "An inspiring teacher and mentor" He continued designing and making while teaching and retired from the Birmingham School of Jewellery and Silversmithing in 2006.

2 pairs avaiable 



HORNSEY SCHOOL of ART Silver Napkin Rings

Pair Silver Napkin Rings
Hornsey School of Art
London 1969
Width: 5.8 cm

£120 pair 


HORNSEY SCHOOL of ART Silver Napkin Rings

HORNSEY SCHOOL of ART Pair Silver Salad ServersHORNSEY SCHOOL of ART Pair Silver Salad Servers

Pair Silver & Wood Salad Servers
Hornsey School of Art
London 1960
Length: 24 cm

£140 pair 



ANTON PRUDEN Silver Jug

Silver Jug
Anton Pruden
London 1988
Height: 8 cm
Width: 12 cm

£350

Anton Pruden is the grandson of Dunstan Pruden and works in Ditchling, Sussex 


ANTON PRUDEN Silver Jug

PETER MUSGROVE Silver DishPETER MUSGROVE Silver Dish

Silver Dish
Peter Musgrove
London 1977
Silver Jubilee Hallmark
Diameter: 11.3 cm
Width: 15.5 cm

£395

Two available

Peter says that the design for this commission was based on a Misericord in Lincoln Cathedral.
(A Misericord (sometimes named mercy seat, like the Biblical object) is a small wooden structure formed on the underside of a folding seat in a church which, when the seat is folded up, is intended to act as a shelf to support a person in a partially standing position during long periods of prayer

Peter undertook a pre-apprenticeship course at the Central School of Arts and Crafts 1962-3 then apprenticed to Norman Bassant at C J Vander 1963-7. He then studied at Hornsey College of Art 1967-70 before working with Louis Osman.He then set up his own workshop in Old Street, London in 1972 where he continued to do outwork for Louis Osman and Malcolm Appleby, the latter favouring him as his silversmith of choice. Hector Miller used his workshop while studying at the RCA and they entered a joint mark for a church commission at Wool, in Dorset. Peter has also been a technician-lecturer at the RCA. 



RICHARD COOK Silver Slice Server

Silver Slice Server
Richard Cook
London 1994
27 cm
Weight: 203 gms

£350

Norland Pattern 


RICHARD COOK Silver Slice Server

RICHARD COOK Silver Ladle RICHARD COOK Silver Ladle

London 1994
Richard Cook
Length: 18cm

£175

Norland Pattern

Hand forged by Master craftsman who made all of Stuart Devlin's cutlery 



RICHARD COOK Silver Spoon

Silver Spoon
Richard Cook
London 1986
16.5 cm

£140

Norland Pattern

Hand forged by Master craftsman who made all of Stuart Devlin's cutlery 


RICHARD COOK Silver Spoon

RICHARD COOK Silver Honey SpoonRICHARD COOK Silver Honey Spoon

Silver Honey Spoon
Richard Cook
London 1994
16.5 cm
Norland pattern

£175

Hand forged by Master craftsman who made all of Stuart Devlin's cutlery

 



PETER BIRD Silver Centrepiece

Silver Centrepiece
Peter D Bird
London 1978
Width: 2.5 cm
Height: 7 cm

£395 


PETER BIRD Silver Centrepiece

JULIE CHAMBERLAIN Cocktail StirrerJULIE CHAMBERLAIN Cocktail Stirrer

Silver Cocktail Stirrer
Julie Chamberlain
London 1985
25 cm

£195

Julie Chamberlain was born in 1958 and studied 3D Design and Silversmithing at Middlesex University before going to the Royal College of Art in 1981. She set up her own workshop in London in 1984 



JULIE CHAMBERLAIN Silver Candlestick

London 1993
Designed by Julie Chamberlain
For Garrard and Co
Facsmile engraved signature
Height: 17cm
Weight: 16oz

£495

Julie Chamberlain was born in 1958 and studied 3D Design and Silversmithing at Middlesex University before going to the Royal College of Art in 1981. She set up her own workshop in London in 1984

In 1993 Garrard and Co celebrated 150 years as the Crown Jewellers with and exhibition of their designers since 1925 and 17 contemporary silversmiths.
This was one of the exhibits.


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and see facsmile 


JULIE CHAMBERLAIN Silver Candlestick

KEITH REDFERN Pair Silver CandlesticksKEITH REDFERN Pair Silver Candlesticks

Pair Silver Gilt and Marble Candlesticks
Silver Workshop Ltd
London 1969
Diameter base: 7.5 cm
Height: 4 cm

£750 pair

Designed by Keith Redfern

Keith Refern was born in Sheffield in 1935 and studied at the College of Art there before the Royal College of Art. He worked for David Mellor and Elkington before becoming a partner in Silver Workshop in the early 1960's with two RCA contemporaries Ronald Steven amd Tony Laws. When they stopped trading in 1972 he became Head of 3D Design at Hornsey College of Art and established Keith Redfern Designs. 



DON PORRITT Silver Jug

Silver Jug
Don Porritt
Sheffield 2002
Diamond Jubilee Hall Mark

Large: 23.5 cm
£1850

Smaller: 21.5 cm
£1700 


DON PORRITT Silver Jug

CHRISTOPHER STEVENS Silver JugCHRISTOPHER STEVENS Silver Jug

Silver Jug
London 1976
Christopher M Stevens
Height: 9 cm

£295 



KAY IVANOVIC Silver Slice

Silver Cake/Fish Slice
Kay Ivanovic
London 2000
Millennium Hallmark
26.5 cm

£395

Kay Ivanovic was born in Philadelphia in 1943 and studied there at the Moore College of Art in 1967. In 1979 she received a Commendation , Goldsmiths' Compnay Craftsman of the Year and winner in 1986. In 1993 she achieved a diploma in Silversmithing (with distinction) frm the Sir John Cass Schoo; of Art. Commissioned work includes pieces for St John's College, Cambridge and 10 Downing Street. 


KAY IVANOVIC Silver Slice

BRUCE RUSSELL GUERNSEY Silver CruetBRUCE RUSSELL GUERNSEY Silver Cruet


Height: 13 cm

£275 



MAPPIN & WEBB Silver Tazza

Sheffield 1962
Mappin and Webb
Probably designed by Wallace Smyth
he was head designer at this date
Diameter: 13cm
£140

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MAPPIN & WEBB Silver Tazza

ROGER SPARROW Silver Caviar SpoonROGER SPARROW Silver Caviar Spoon

Silver and Mother of Pearl Caviar Spoon
Roger Sparrow
London 1985
17cm

£350

In original box - commissioned by Scott's (Seafood Restaurant) Mount Street, Mayfair 



THEO FENNELL Silver Teddy Bear

Silver Teddy Bear
Theo Fennell
London 1995
Height: 4 cm

£250 


THEO FENNELL Silver Teddy Bear

THEO FENNELL Silver Stem Champagne FluteTHEO FENNELL Silver Stem Champagne Flute

Silver Stemmed Champagne Flute
Theo Fennell
Birmingham 1989
Height: 21 cm

£98 



THEO FENNELL 8 Silver Fish Menu Holders

Boxed Set of 8 Silver Fish Menu/Place Card Holders
Theo Fennell
London 1982
4.3 cm high

£895

In original Alfred Dunhill Ltd box 


THEO FENNELL 8 Silver Fish Menu Holders

ARTHUR PHILPOTT Silver Pepper and SaltARTHUR PHILPOTT Silver Pepper and Salt

Silver Pepper and Salt
Arthur James Philpott
London 1987
Height: 9.5 cm

£295 pair

Arthur Philpott worked in Gloucester 



Pair Siver Taper Stick Holders

London 1956
Garrard & Co Ld
10cm long

£295 


Pair Siver Taper Stick Holders

Nigel Harris Price Silver Napkin RingNigel Harris Price Silver Napkin Ring

Silver Napkin Ring
Nigel Harris Price
London 1997
Width: 4.5 cm

£89 each

Two available 



Silver Dish

Silver Dish
Nayler Bros.
London 1960
Length: 16 cm

£185

The Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths crest to centre
Retailed by Payne & Son Oxford 


Silver Dish

PHOEBE HARRIS  Silver BoxPHOEBE HARRIS Silver Box

Silver and Wood Box
London 1982
Diameter 5 cm

£195

 



John Brownrigg Silver Napkin Ring

Silver Napkin Ring
John Brownrigg
London 1987
Diameter: 5.1 cm
Height: 3.8 cm

£120 


John Brownrigg Silver Napkin Ring

SMITH & HARRIS Silver Tumbler CupSMITH & HARRIS Silver Tumbler Cup

Silver Tumbler Cup
Smith & Harris
London 2000
Millennium Hallmark
Finely hand raised with light gilded interior
Diameter: 5.8 cm
Height: 4.6 cm

£275 each

Dennis Smith and Gareth Harris met at the Sir John Cass School of Art in 1975. Smith went to work for K WEeiss as a gold box maker before being appointed house designer for Edward Barnard & Sons. Harris had served his apprenticeship at Padgett & Braham before going to Barnard. They set up a workshop together in Hatton Garden in 1981 and immediately received their first important commission - diplomatic gifts for Margaret Thatcher.  



ROGER MILLAR Silver Tumbler

Silver Tumbler on stand
Roger Millar
Edinburgh 2006
Diameter: 7.2 cm

£395

Stand unmarked


Provenance: The Terry Brodie-Smith Collection exhibited at the Scottish Gallery 2012.

Exhibition Catalogue:http://www.scottish-gallery.co.uk/images/exhibitions/Silver_Collection_Catalogue.pdf

Roger Millar was born in Glasgow in 1942 and studied at Glasgow School of Art and the Royal College of Art. Most of his life has been spent as an educator in Wales, USA, Dundee, taking over from Bernard Harrington as Head and the same position at the Glasgow School of Art 1984-2005. In recognition of his significant contribution to education in design and craft, he was awarded, in 1999, an Honorary Professorship of the University of Glasgow at the Glasgow School of Art.
In 1984 he also set up his own studio in Glasgow and has received many private commissions including those from the Queen, Duke of Edinburgh and the Bute House Silver Collection.
A similar pair of candlesticks are illustrated in the 'Living Silver' exhibition, a touring exhibition of British Silversmiths curated by the Crafts Council in 1995.

 


ROGER MILLAR Silver Tumbler

PHILLIP & ANGELA LOWERY Silver BowlPHILLIP & ANGELA LOWERY Silver Bowl

Silver Bowl
Phillip & Angela Lowery
London 1983
Diameter: 13.5 cm
Height 5.5cm

£395

Angela (born 1937) was Dunstan Pruden's daughter and initially taught by him before studying at Brighton Cllege of Art and also had an interest ib sculpture. She worked for her father before going to live at Piggotts, Eric Gill's alternative community near Hugh Wycombe. Here she met Phillip (born 1937) in 1960 and married a year later. He became interested in silver and worked for George Grant for 2 years before they both moved to Gloucestershire and worked together producing domestic and ecclesiastical silver, always hand raised. Phillip had a serious motor accident in 1985 and stopped working as a silversmith. 



Silver Tea Strainer

Silver Tea Strainer
Chelmsford Institute of Higher Education
London 1977
17 cm

£95 


Silver Tea Strainer

BRIAN CAIN Silver Wine LabelsBRIAN CAIN Silver Wine Labels

Silver Wine Labels
Brian R Cain
London 1982

£120 each

Brandy and Claret sold

Brian Cain was born in 1931 and served his apprenticeship with Wakely and Wheeler. He studied on day release at the Central School of Arts and Crafts with contemporaries John Bartholomew and Lew Marlow. Payne and Son of Oxford and George Tarratt in Leicester retailed some of the pieces he designed for Wakely and Wheeler in the late 1950's. Cain later moved to C J Vander where he was the company's design manager. 



BRIAN CAIN Silver Tea Set

London 1957
Wakely and Wheeler
Signed by B R Cain (only tray sign-ed with facsimile)
Height of Hot water: 17cm
Diameter of bowl:12.5cm
Diameter of tray: 41.5cm
Weight: 3.9kg (including handles)

£2950

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CAIN, Brian R Born in 1931 and served his apprenticeship with Wakely and Wheeler. He studied on day release at the Central School of Arts and Crafts with contemporaries John Bartholomew and Lew Marlow. Payne and Son of Oxford and George Tarratt in Leicester retailed some of the pieces he designed for Wakely and Wheeler in the late 1950's. Cain later moved to C J Vander where he was the company's design manager. 


BRIAN CAIN  Silver Tea Set

DENNIS BUGG Silver DishDENNIS BUGG Silver Dish

Silver Dish
Dennis W Bugg
London 1976
Length: 20.5 cm

£295 



JOHN WILLMIN Silver "Ely Cathedral" Goblet

Silver "Ely Cathedral" Goblet
London 1973
Designed by John Willmin
Made by Hector Miller for Aurum
Height: 16.8 cm

£550

A limited edition of 673 made by order of the Dean and Chapter of Ely to commemorate the thirteenth centenary of the foundation in 673 AD

Box 


JOHN WILLMIN Silver "Ely Cathedral" Goblet

DESMOND CLEN-MURPHY Silver Beaker/VaseDESMOND CLEN-MURPHY Silver Beaker/Vase

Silver Beaker/Vase
Desmond Clen-Murphy
London 1968
Height: 11.5 cm

Stippled Band and gilt lined

£395

3 available

Desmond Clen-Murphy (1924-2010)
His work rarely appears - studied with Gerald Benney at Brighton then taught silversmithing by Dunstan Pruden. He established a workshop in Brighton in 1952 and taught at Worthing. In the 1950's gave Benney a hand and also worked with Louis Osman. The majority of his work was made as commissions from the Goldsmiths' Company, Universities, Churches and the Government. He designed the Aurum goblet for Chichester Cathedral in 1976 and some of his work can be seen in the Treasury there. 



Robin Beresford Silver Letter Opener

Silver Letter Opener
Robin Beresford
London 1977
Length: 12.3 cm

£150

One of only 4 made.
Robin Bersford studied at the Royal College of Art and still works in Ashford with his son Martin. 


Robin Beresford Silver Letter Opener

Pair Boxed Silver GobletsPair Boxed Silver Goblets

London 1978
Wakeley and Wheeler
Height: 13.5cm


£450


Certificate commemorating the 8th Centenary of
the building of Wells Cathedral
Signed by John Betjeman (Poet Laureate)

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Colin Stephenson Siver Decanter

Silver Decanter
Colin Stepehnson
London 1977
Height: 31 cm

£1500

Colin Stepenson was a jeweller/silversmith who worked in London and Dumfries 


Colin Stephenson Siver Decanter

Colin Stephenson Silver Claret JugColin Stephenson Silver Claret Jug

Silver Claret Jug
Colin Stephenson
London 1977
Height 31 cm

£1500

Colin Stephenson was a jeweller/silversmith who worked in London and Dumfries 



Anthony Hope Silver Box

Scottish Silver Box
Anthony Hope
Edinburgh 1977
Queen's Silver Jubilee Mark
Width 6 cm

£195

Anthony Hope was a jeweller/silversmith based in Newcastle in the early 1970's and moved to Rothbury in the mid 1980's.
He sold up and went to live in the Bahamas. 


Anthony Hope Silver Box

Silver SpoonSilver Spoon

Ralph Weston
Sheffield 1987
Set with Blue John

Length: 9.5cm

£69

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Sheelagh Wilks Silver Dish

Hand raised and engraved dish
Sheelagh Wilks
London 1963
Diameter 11 cm

£240 


Sheelagh Wilks Silver Dish

Silver Napkin RingSilver Napkin Ring

Silver Napkin Ring
Birmingham 1968
Maker: MJA
Star engraved and hand raised
Width: 6.2 cm

£89 



Henry VIII Seal Silver Box
Henry VIII Seal Silver Box
London 1984
BJS Electroplating Co
Diameter 8 cm

£195

Electroformed from the original seal 


Henry VIII Seal Silver Box

Silver BowlSilver Bowl

London 1971
Maker: PH
10cm high

£395 



THOMAS HARMSWORTH Silver Hammered Tazza

London 1973
17cm wide

£295 


THOMAS HARMSWORTH Silver Hammered Tazza

Silver Arthur Gunn SpoonSilver Arthur Gunn Spoon

Birmingham 1962
Arthur Mainwaring Gunn
Hand engraved leaves
14 cm

£120 



Silver Kenneth Davies Spoon

Edinburgh 1976
Kenneth N Davies
16 cm

£98 


Silver Kenneth Davies Spoon

SIMONE TEN HOMPEL Silver SpoonSIMONE TEN HOMPEL Silver Spoon

London 1999
Simone Ten Hompel
Length: 12.5cm
£195

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SIMONE TEN HOMPEL Silver Beaker

London 2002
Simone ten Hompel
Height:14cm
Diameter: 8cm
£895

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SIMONE TEN HOMPEL Silver Beaker

Modern Design Silver JugModern Design Silver Jug

London 2001
Roger Squires
Height:22.5cm
Weight: 27oz
£1950

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Silver 'Gazelle' Dish

London 1947
Wakely and Wheeler
Probably designed by Kenneth Mosley
(see page 47 of Treasures of the 20th Century)
Diameter:11cm
£145

Two Available

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Silver 'Gazelle' Dish

Silver CasterSilver Caster

Birmingham 1964
Garrard and Co
Height: 17cm
£195

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Silver and Amethyst Napkin Ring

London 1977
John Sidney Bonwick
Diameter: 4.5cm
Width: 3.25cm
Good Weight
£98

Four available

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Silver and Amethyst Napkin Ring

Modern Design Silver Wine CarrafeModern Design Silver Wine Carrafe

New Silver
Sheffield
Francis Howard
Height: 28.5cm
Length:16cm
Weight: 17oz

£1250

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Silver Exhibition Catalogue

rock 'n' gold
British Jewellery and Metalwork 1960 - 1980
The Target Gallery

Well illustrated
Including work by Benney, Mellor, Welch and Devlin

£10

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Silver Exhibition Catalogue

Millenium Canteen CatalogueMillenium Canteen Catalogue

Sheffield City Council
comissioned a canteen
to be made for the Millenium

Including work by Brian Asquith, Micahel Bolton,
William Phipps, Richard Fox, Julie Chamberlain

In total 37 Silversmiths

Well illustrated Catalogue

£10

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Tewkesbury Silver Goblet

London 1970
Peter B Harwood
Bishops Cleeve, Glous
Height: 16.5cm
£150

Made for The Tewkesbury Festival 1971


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Tewkesbury Silver Goblet