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    art deco decanter

    Art Deco Lockable Sterling Silver Glass Decanter By important famous silversmith Sebastion Harry Gararrd, Hallmarked London 1921.

     

    The stunning Decanter has a fully working sterling silver lock & collar with faceted stopped, has a tasselled key and fully working lock. The stopper peg has a slight imperfection, this is only seen when the stopper is removed and not really noticable but we feel we need to mention this.
     

    To the back of the silver collar has an inscription that reads as follows: "Samsons P.G. H. Calcutta 1919"
     

    Some images show three decanters these are not part of the sale and have been pictured to show how great they look as a set.
     

    Hukin & Heath Birmingham Silversmiths
     

    Silversmiths and electroplaters of Birmingham, established by Jonathan Wilson Hukin and John Thomas Heath, who registered London marks in 1879. When Hukin retired in 1881 the partnership continued with Heath and J. H. Middleton. The firm's association with Dr. Christopher Dresser began in 1877; the first registered design dates from 1878, and others were entered up to 1881. Dresser's designs were launched at the opening of the firm's showrooms in Charterhouse Street in August 1879. Some of Dresser’s metalwork designs are still in production today.

    Materials:
    Glass, Silver
    Width (cm):
    11.5
    Height (cm):
    26
    Depth (cm):
    7.5
    Price: SOLD

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