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Walker & Hall

Walker & Hall. George Walker started this business in 1845 when he secured the royalty for electroplating at Sheffield. He was joined by Henry Hall and the business became Walker & Hall in 1853 with a factory at Howard Street, Sheffield and showrooms at 45 Holborn Viaduct, London. Branches were later opened throughout Great Britain and worldwide. Walker & Hall became a limited liability company Walker & Hall Ltd in 1920. In 1963 became British Silverware Ltd amalgamating with Mappin & Webb and Elkington & Co. Walker and Hall Sheffield were primarily Sheffield Makers, but items with Birmingham, London and Chester Assay Marks can also be found.

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Walker & Hall

Walker & Hall. George Walker started this business in 1845 when he secured the royalty for electroplating at Sheffield. He was joined by Henry Hall and the business became Walker & Hall in 1853 with a factory at Howard Street, Sheffield and showrooms at 45 Holborn Viaduct, London. Branches were later opened throughout Great Britain and worldwide. Walker & Hall became a limited liability company Walker & Hall Ltd in 1920. In 1963 became British Silverware Ltd amalgamating with Mappin & Webb and Elkington & Co. Walker and Hall Sheffield were primarily Sheffield Makers, but items with Birmingham, London and Chester Assay Marks can also be found.

  • 1878

    Walker & Hall

    8725 Antique Silver Beaker

    £675

    An excellent antique silver drinking tumbler with lovely plain style. Large capacity. Good gauge silver. Bright colour. Contains 450 ml. Weight approx 211 grams, 6.8 troy ounces. Height 12 cms. Diameter 9 cm. Sheffield 1878. Maker Walker & Hall. Another 3 similar goblets available on request. Sterling silver.

  • 1902

    Walker & Hall

    9960 Antique Silver Bowl

    £6,950

    An antique sterling silver bowl of boat form with outstretched gondola arms. Perfect as a table centrepiece with flowers or fruit, or even as a wine cistern to hold 4 bottles. Decorated with a wide frieze of scrolling foliage, flowers and shells. Raised on four magnificent shell feet. To the front is a large engraved armorial with lion crest and motto “Ventus Secundet”. Spread across handles 68.5cm. Height 29.5cm/19.5cm. Top measures 35.5 x 27.5cm. London 1902. Maker Walker and Hall. Sterling silver.

  • 1910

    Walker & Hall

    9168 Antique Silver Wine Ewer

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    In the Regency style, an attractive wine jug with vine leaf body decoration and a grape finial. The scrolled foliate handle has pierced and grape cluster ornament. Gilt interior. Contains 1150 ml. Weight 801 grams, 25.7 troy ounces. Height 34 cm. Spread 17.5 cm. Sheffield 1910. Maker Walker & Hall.

  • 1930

    Walker & Hall

    9613 Silver and Enamel Mantel Clock

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    An attractive art deco clock with sterling silver body and pink enamelled front decoration. Large size. The French movement has an integral winder and fast/slow regulator. With presentation inscription. Height 18 cm. Base width 12.5 cm. Spread across the feet 15×8.5 cm. Birmingham 1930. Maker Walker & Hall.

  • 1924

    Walker & Hall

    9854 Antique Silver Tray

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    A large and useful antique silver serving tray of plain rectangular form with gadroon borders and side handles. Excellent weight and gauge of silver. Weight 3495 grams, 111 troy ounces. Spread across handles 71cm. Length 57cm. Width 42.5cm. Sheffield 1924. Maker Walker & Hall. Sterling silver.

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