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Antique Silver Serving Spoons

£475

Stock: 7971

Date: 1878

Maker: Henry Holland

Country: England

A superb set of 6 antique sterling silver spoons in the elegant bead pattern. Excellent plain style. Each piece has...

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Description

Description

A superb set of 6 antique sterling silver spoons in the elegant bead pattern. Excellent plain style. Each piece has a hand engraved crest.

Total weight, 6 spoons, 435 grams, 13.9 troy ounces.

Length 22.5 cm.

London 1878.

Maker Henry Holland.

Condition

This set of solid silver flatware is in very good condition. All pieces have good, clear silver marks. All same date and maker. Please note that this item is not new and will show moderate signs of wear commensurate with age. Reflections in the photograph may detract from the true representation of this item.

Maker Information

Maker: Henry Holland

Henry Holland (senior, born 1806) entered his first mark in 1838 at London Goldsmiths' Hall and traded as a partnership with Thomas Frercks at 13 Lower Smiths Street, Clerkenwell. Thomas Frercks retired in 1841. His elder son Henry Holland (junior, born 1830) obtained his freedom of the Goldsmiths' Company in 1851 and entered in the business with his father becoming Henry Holland & Son. In 1866 Henry Holland & Son bought Elizabeth Eaton & Son and moved to 16 Jewin Crescent, Aldersgate Street. Henry Holland (senior) retired from the business c. 1880 and the firm became Holland, Son & Slater. In 1883 Henry Holland (junior) retired and the firm became Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, with Slater's sons, Alfred Thomas Slater and Walter Brindley Slater, as additional partners. The firm expanded by purchasing Chawner & Co (premises at 18 Hosier Lane, Smithfield) in 1883 and Robert Hennel & Sons (86 Charlotte Street , Fitzroy Square) in 1887. James Slater retired in 1884 leaving Alfred Thomas Slater and John Aldwinckle as senior partners. John Aldwinckle died in 1894 and Henry Arthur Holland (son of Henry Holland junior) became partner in the firm. In 1922 c. the firm was bought by Francis Higgins & Son Ltd (9 Newman Street, Oxford Street) where Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater continued to operate under its own name until 1932.

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