EDWARDIAN SILVER ARTS AND CRAFTS

I.Franks is pleased to offer a fine range of antique sterling silver Arts And Crafts from the Edwardian period. All of our antique, Edwardian silver Arts And Crafts can be purchased online, or from our shop in the London Silver Vaults and come with a certificate of authenticity, guaranteed by our membership of LAPADA. Please click on an image of any of the Edwardian Arts And Crafts to see a larger picture.

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L7072: Sterling Silver Salt Cellars

Hallmarked In 1904

Hallmarked in London in 1904 by Charles Edwards, this stylish set of 4 Antique Sterling Silver Salt Cellars, are in the Arts & Crafts taste, and are presented in their original box with 4 salt spoons. Each salt cellar measures 1.25"(3cm) tall, by 2.75"(7cm) in diameter, and the spoons measure 2.75"(7cm) in length. Together the set weighs 9.8 troy ounces. 

£795

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L0953: Sterling Silver Arts & Crafts Pair Of Candlesticks

Hallmarked In 1904

Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1904 by Henry Wigfull, this wonderful pair of Edwardian, Antique Sterling Silver Candlesticks, are the height of Arts & Crafts style, with rivet detailing and square bases. Each candlestick measures 9"(22.5cm) tall, by 4"(10cm) wide and deep. The candlesticks are filled for balance.

£3,475

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L4826a: Sterling Silver Pair Of Arts & Crafts Candelabra

Hallmarked In 1908

Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1908 & 1909 by James Dixon & Sons, this very stylish pair of Antique Sterling Silver Candelabra, are a true classic of the arts & crafts style, decorated with faux rivets, and square bases. The candelabra are much harder to find than the matching and more common candlesticks, and each measures 8.75"(22cm) tall, by 10.5"(26.5cm) wide, by 4"(10cm) deep.

£7,975

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L4892: Sterling Silver Arts & Crafts Enamelled Box

Hallmarked In 1903

Hallmarked in London in 1903 by Guild of Handicrafts, this very attractive, Antique Sterling Silver Box, features an enamelled plaque on the lid which is signed to the front by the sought after enameler Charles Fleetwood Varley. The reverse of the plaque is annotated by Varley, suggesting the enamel is a view of the Black Mountains as seen from Conception Bay in Newfoundland, Canada. The box measures 2.25"(6cm) tall, by 6.25"(16cm) wide, by 3.5"(9cm) deep, and weighs 12.8 troy ounces.

£9,975

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