8.	Sweetmeat basket by Edward Aldridge and John Stamper. London, 1754/55.
Sweetmeat basket by Edward Aldridge and John Stamper. London, 1754/55.

Lancet case by Joseph Willmore. Birmingham, 1834/35.
Lancet case by Joseph Willmore. Birmingham, 1834/35.

4.	Mustard pot and spoon by John Henry and Charles Lias. London, 1830/31.
Mustard pot and spoon by John Henry
and Charles Lias. London, 1830/31.

Hallmarks on 5.	Salad/lettuce fork by Charles Eley. London, 1825/26
Hallmarks on a salad/lettuce fork
by Charles Eley. London, 1825/26.


eapot by Robert Hennell. London, 1784.
Teapot by Robert Hennell. London, 1784.

 

 
2.	Caudle cup by Thomas Whipham and Charles Wright. London, 1761/62
Hallmarking on a Caudle cup by Thomas Whipham and Charles Wright. London, 1761/62.

SUGGESTED READING
Peter Brown (editor), British Cutlery: An Illustrated History of Design, Evolution and Use, London: Philip Wilson Publishers, 2001
Eric Delieb, Silver Boxes, Woodbridge: Antique Collectors’ Club, 2002
Charles James Jackson, English Goldsmiths and their Marks. Second edition, revised and enlarged, New York: Dover Publications, 1964
Ian Pickford, Silver Flatware: English, Irish and Scottish 1660-1980, Woodbridge: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1983
Ian Pickford, Starting to Collect Antique Silver, Woodbridge: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1999

VISIT
Belton House, Lincolnshire - the Brownlow silver
Fairfax House, York
Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire - the Curzon silver
Goldsmiths’ Hall, London - 360⁰ tour
Temple Newsam House, Leeds - Decorative Arts Collection
The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, silver collection
Victoria & Albert Museum, Silver Galleries, London

V&A Silver Collection V&A Silver Collection online catalogue

WEB
Online Encyclopedia of Silver Marks, Hallmarks & Makers' Marks http://www.925-1000.com/
A Small Collection of Antique Silver and Objects of Vertu http://www.silvercollection.it/
Sheffield Assay Ofice http://www.assayoffice.co.uk/

THE PRESENTATION TAKES PLACE ON 10 DECEMBER 2015