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Philip Frederick Alexander

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Philip Frederick Alexander (1865-1958) entered his mark in July 1900 while at 28 Church Row, Hampstead, London and produced some very fine Arts and Craft silverwork. He married the painter, Frances Emma Bryan, there in 1898. By 1915, they had moved to Walberswick, Suffolk. Some Alexander pieces can be seen in the Southwold Museum. A bowl has been noted bearing his maker's mark as well as that of Holland, Aldwinckle and Slater, London 1909. He achieved a Master of Arts degree and while at Hertford College, Oxford edited a series of books on the history of geographical discovery published by Cambridge University Press. In May 1915 while at Walberswick, Suffolk 'The North-West and North-East Passages 1576-1611' and in June 1917 while on Exmoor at Desolate, Brendon 'The Discovery of America 1492-1584'
 




Silver BowlSilver Bowl

London 1912
Phillip Frederick Alexander
Diameter: 10cm
Height: 5cm

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Silver Dish

London 1912
Philip Frederick Alexander
Diameter: 5.5cm

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Silver Dish

Silver Hammered BowlSilver Hammered Bowl

London 1915
Philip Frederick Alexander
Height: 4.5cm
Diameter: 10.5cm

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Silver Bowl

London 1913
Philip Alexander
Diameter: 15.5cm
Height: 5cm

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Silver Bowl

Silver Egg CupSilver Egg Cup

London 1913
Philip Alexander
Height: 6.5cm
Diameter: (base)

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Silver Bowl

London 1920
Philip Alexander
Diameter: 11.5cm

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Silver Bowl

Silver Hammered Caddy SpoonSilver Hammered Caddy Spoon

London 1913
Philip Alexander
Length: 6½cm

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Silver Bowl

London 1908
Philip Alexander
Diameter: 24cm

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Silver Bowl

Silver Hammered BowlSilver Hammered Bowl

London 1904
Philip Alexander
Height: 7cm
Diameter: 12cm

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