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Enid Kelsey

Enid Kelsey entered her mark at the London Assay Office in 1929 and worked from 17 Northway, Temple Fortune, London, NW11. She wrote a play 'The Stars' with her husband Cyril which was revived for the Garden Suburb Theatre, NW 11 1999/2000 season.
(Cyril Kelsey, known as 'the Professor', had started his apprenticeship as a silversmith with Charles Ashbee in 1899, and been involved in many of the Guild's plays before joining the army and going to South Africa. On his return he worked as a clerk in a London shipping office and in 1906 Janet Ashbee wrote he was "...the proud possessor of a bowler hat, and a dress suit, and a young lady.")

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Boxed Silver SpoonsBoxed Silver Spoons

London 1934
Enid Kelsey
Length: 7.5cm

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Silver Spoon

London 1935
Enid Kelsey
Length: 13cm

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Silver Spoon

Silver Caddy SpoonSilver Caddy Spoon

London 1936
Enid Kelsey
Length: 7cm

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Set of Six Silver Spoons

London 1937
Enid Kelsey
Length: 7.5cm

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Set of Six Silver Spoons

Silver ServerSilver Server

London 1934
Enid Kelsey
Length: 14cm

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Silver Basket

London 1933
Enid Kelsey
Length: 6½cm
Height: 6cm

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Silver Basket