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Hawksworth & Eyre

Founded in 1833 by Charles Hawksworth and John Eyre. The partnership was dissolved in 1869 and the business was continued by James Kebberling Bembridge, Thomas Hall and George Woofhouse. In the 1870s the firm became a limited liability Hawksworth, Eyre & Co Ltd. The firm went into liquidation in the 1930s.

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Hawksworth & Eyre

Founded in 1833 by Charles Hawksworth and John Eyre. The partnership was dissolved in 1869 and the business was continued by James Kebberling Bembridge, Thomas Hall and George Woofhouse. In the 1870s the firm became a limited liability Hawksworth, Eyre & Co Ltd. The firm went into liquidation in the 1930s.

  • 1870

    Hawksworth & Eyre

    8406 Pair of Victorian Silver Plated Candelabras with 4 Lights

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    A very pretty pair of antique silver plated candelabra with detachable branches and candle sconces. The candlesticks have tapering fluted columns and square bases with bead borders and swag decoration. Height – total 39 cms, candlestick 26.5 cms. Spread across the arms 33 cms. Base 11 cms square. Maker Hawksworth, Eyre & Co. Circa 1870

  • 1929

    Hawksworth & Eyre

    6478 Large Silver Model Greyhound

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    A beautiful sterling silver dog standing on a solid plinth. The quality is stunning. Weight 1331 grams, 42.7 troy ounces. Height 19 cms. Base 20 x 8 cms. Sheffield 1929. Maker Hawksworth, Eyre & Co.

  • 1894

    Hawksworth & Eyre

    7008 Victorian Silver Candlesticks

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    An attractive pair of antique sterling silver candlesticks with shaped reeded columns standing on splayed square bases with canted corners. The sticks are decorated with classical motifs such as rams heads, urns, rope twists and garlands. Filled bases. Height 30 cms. Base 13 cms. Sheffield 1894. Maker Hawksworth & Eyre.

  • 1901

    Hawksworth & Eyre

    9403 Antique Silver Candelabras

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    A good pair of sterling silver candelabras in the lovely plain style typical of the George II period. The branches and nozzles are detachable and the candlesticks can be used separately. Filled weight 1944 grams, 62.5 troy ounces. Height 28.2 cm (total), 19.7 cm (candlesticks). Spread 19.5 cm. London 1901. Maker Hawksworth & Eyre.

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