Sheffield silver
Antique English Sheffield Silver Plate Footed Tea Pot with Etching Circa 1860.
Sheffield silver – exquisite beauty accessible to ordinary people Sheffield silver is antique household items made of copper with a silver coating on one or both sides. The
Lunar Silver by Georg Jensen
Silver butter dish decorated with amber.
Georg Jensen compared silver to moonlight. In this poetic comparison, the artist’s attitude to creativity and respect for the material with which he worked are best expressed. Georg
Ferdinand Barbedienne
Pair of goblets made of cobalt glass in a gilded bronze frame Ferdinand Barbedienne Paris late 19th century
Ferdinand Barbedienne, a French foundry and industrialist, was born into a farmer’s family. He was apprenticed to a Parisian paper manufacturer, and by 1834 he was already a
Liberty department store and Archibald Knox
Tudrik travel clock in pewter and enamel 8.6 cm high designed by Archibald Knox for Liberty Co circa 1903.
The London-based Liberty store is widely known for its close association with art and culture. The store is proud to support young designers at the start of their
Reed Barton – American manufacturer of silverware
Francis I by Reed Barton Old Sterling Silver Gravy Boat
The largest American company that has been producing since 1824 and producing to this day dishes and household items made of metal. The company now known as Reed
Silversmith Adam van Vianen
Two silver salt shakers with satyrs, height 26.5 cm, Adam van Vianen, Utrecht, Holland, 1622. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.
Adam van Vianen (1568–1627), a leading silversmith at the dawn of the Dutch Golden Age, trained as an engraver and medalist, as did his brother Paul van Vianen.
Karl Korshann
Pair of bronze vases with gilding and enamel Carl Korshann Louchet Foundry height 33 cm circa 1900.
Moravian sculptor Karl Korshann (1872-1943) was born in Brno (Czech Republic). Korshann was a student at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts and the Berlin Academy of Fine
Bronze of Paul Luchet
Pair of ceramic vases in a gilded bronze setting made by the Paris Louchet Ciseleur foundry height 50.7 cm circa 1900.
Paul Francois Luchet (1854-1936), French bronzer, engraver, sculptor, painter and engraver, was born in Paris. Paul Francois was a member of the circle of such famous masters of
Ladles by Maria Semenova
Large silver gilded ladle with an imperial double headed eagle and a ladle decorated with cloisonne enamel Maria Semenova length 24 cm Moscow 1899 1908.
Maria Semenova inherited the business of her father, Vasily Semenov, an outstanding silversmith, who is famous for his silver and niello work. This happened in 1896. Under her
Bolin Silver
Neoclassical glass jardinière in a silver frame, Bolin firm, Moscow, 1908-1917.
The St. Petersburg firm “Bolin” under the leadership of Karl Eduard Bolin, which became one of the largest jewelry firms in Russia in the 19th century, made precious