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If you are particularly interested in collecting sterling silver or silverplated pieces by Walker And Hall but you can't find a suitable item in the list below, just contact us and we'll check to see whether we have some items in store which aren't already on our website. Initially, Andrew lived in the South of England, travelling the country, searching for items of silver to buy. The mug is plain at the top with an applied art deco design at the bottom. Fish knives were often part of a fish set that included a matching fork. This set comes in its original leather and velvet box. Andrew sold these items at various London markets and antique fairs. John Harrison then employed George Walker to learn the art of electroplating, however two years later, instead of working for Harrison, Walker decided to begin his own company instead.

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Walker & Hall

Walker and hall silver marks

L3504: Hallmarked In 1908 Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1908 by , this attractive, , Antique, Sardine Dish, features egg and dart borders, applied feet, a conch shell finial and a frosted, glass liner. My problem is with this: about a fifth of the way down the page - type 5 which deals with a mark for plate not a date mark for sterling. The box has a cedar wood lining with a movable divider. The teapot finial and handle are made from fruitwood. Over time, and through selling at a range of venues, Andrew built up a large and diverse customer base from private buyers to national and international trade customers. Together the silver parts weighs 24. The box measures 8 inches 20cm wide, by 5 inches 12.

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English electroplate silver: marks and hallmarks of English silver plate

Walker and hall silver marks

Hallmarked in Sheffield, 1903 by this wonderful piece stands 21 inches 53 cms tall when on the plaque and 14. L2614: Hallmarked In 1928 Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1928 by , this lovely Condiment Set, comprises of four pepper pots, four salt cellars with salt spoons and four mustard pots with mustard spoons. Yes, I agree that the illustration in the link is pretty much the same. L0540: Hallmarked In 1947 Hallmarked in London, 1947 by , this stunning Tea Set is the height of Art Deco design. The chalice has a decorative knop and a daisy shaped foot. . Note that it could not be any of the other dates you mention because of the shape of the punches, not just the letter but also the crown and lion passant.

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Walker & Hall Silver

Walker and hall silver marks

Ivory acts as an insulator and keeps the handles cool enough to touch. In 1852, seven years after its founding, it was reported that the company had 20 employees. The illustration which you posted shows some wear and one of the features of a worn hallmark is that the letters, etc. There is a band of latin script around the chalice and flagon. They have plain hexagonal bodies and pierced tops with curvaceous reed borders. The central part holds a large vase which opens wider at the top and bottom. Lower case date letters were used from about 1885 to about 1905.

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Walker and hall silver marks

L0689: Hallmarked In 1905 Hallmarked in London, in 1905 by , this exceptional, , Antique, Basket, features striking engraved and pierced decoration to the body, and a twisted rope handle. Branches were opened in Liverpool, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Manchester, Leeds, Glasgow, Cardiff, Belfast, Hull, Bristol, Melbourne and Adelaide Australia , Cape Town South Africa - meaning that some of their items bear the Birmingham, London and Chester Assay Marks. Although the company began in Sheffield, they were truly an international business. The company was a pioneer of electroplated silverware, producing high quality dining sets that were affordable to middle class citizens. A: This knife with a pointed tip and blade that is wider at one end is a fish knife.

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Walker and hall silver marks

The pieces are semi-circular in shape, with ridged edges and platform bases. They are filled for balance and have removable sconces. Ivory was often used on handles because silver retains heat and silver handles get hot. By the early part of the 20th century, the company had opened numerous showrooms in England and Scotland as well as locations in Capetown, South Africa and Melbourne, Australia. It might just make it for 1824 but really looks more modern.

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Walker and hall silver marks

L2842: Hallmarked In 1903 Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1903 by , this fabulous Pair of Antique, Candlesticks are in the Rococo Style featuring crisp asymmetric acanthus and scroll chasing throughout. The fish set is presented in its original box, which measures 14 inches 35. . . . . .

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