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  • Faux Filigree
    Faux Filigree

  • Thomas Bradbury, Sheffield 1909
    Thomas Bradbury, Sheffield 1909







  • Plain 'Hand' with bright-cut on handle to simulate lace cuff.  Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1806
    Plain 'Hand' with bright-cut on handle to simulate lace cuff. Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1806







  • Norway - plique a jour technique. Designed by Gustav Gaudernack for David Andersen, Oslo c1890
    Norway - plique a jour technique. Designed by Gustav Gaudernack for David Andersen, Oslo c1890

  • Eagles Wing, Joseph Willmore 1814
    Eagles Wing, Joseph Willmore 1814




  • Alex Styles designed this spoon as an early Society Commission. Stylised 'Eagle's Wing', only known gilded example.  Garrard & Co Ltd, London 1967.
    Alex Styles designed this spoon as an early Society Commission. Stylised 'Eagle's Wing', only known gilded example. Garrard & Co Ltd, London 1967.




  • See Article, 'The First Jockey Cap?'
    See Article, 'The First Jockey Cap?'
  • Jockey Cap 1797
    See Article 'The first Jockey Cap?
    See Article 'The first Jockey Cap?

  • Faux Filligree
    Faux Filligree

  • Joseph Taylor 1809, Poppy
    Joseph Taylor 1809, Poppy

  • Matthew Boulton, Old Sheffield Plate
    Matthew Boulton, Old Sheffield Plate
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