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Picnic basked manufactured by “DREW & SONS”. Picnic basked manufactured by “DREW & SONS” from the late 19th century. Constains two lids, upper and front opening, the upper one lined inside by engraved cardboard and contains an ivory sheet engraved with the manufacturer’s signature, the lower one lined with silver plate with the manufacturer’s signature. Leather handle with worn silver brass fittings. Functional lock signed by the manufacturer (does not contain the key). It consists of three trays, two glasses and two sandwich makers in white enamelled sheet with gold bevel, an oval box in white enamelled sheet with gold bevel and silver sheet lid with the manufacturer’s signatura. Two small glass jars with silver sheet caps, two glass bottles (one without the lid). Set of three knives and three forks signed by the manufacturer. Drew & Sons was a company founded by Samuel Summers Drew in 1844. It was a company known for its bags, picnic baskets, trunks, and other leather goods. The company also worked with gold and silver. They worked at 33 Piccadilly Circus, London, from 1887 to 1914, when they moved into the Regent Street plant. They had premises on Leadenhall Street in London from 1888-1914 and also on Kings Road in Brighton from 1894. The Drew & Son articles were patronized by Queen Victoria, the Royal Family and many of the courts around Europe.
Picknick basket for two people in wicker from the late nineteenth century and manufactured by CORACLE. The lids are lined inside in honey-colored leather. It includes a wicker-lined toothpick for closing and a wicker handle. It is made up of silver cutlery sets for two people, the knives with ivory handles, a small spoon for sugar, two plates of white enamelled plate with a gold edge and two others for ceramic tea, two ceramic tea cups, sugar bowl and ceramic salt shaker (the salt shaker includes a wicker support to prevent tipping), stove, copper kettle with wicker handle, metal bottle of alcohol or petroleum, sandwich maker with white enamelled ceramic base and metal lid, metal box for the tea or coffee, two glasses lined in wicker and two glass bottles lined in wicker.
Late 19th century wicker picnic basket manufactured by “CORACLE” and “FORTNUM & MASON LTD”. Lined inside with engraved red cardboard. Includes leather straps for its closure with silver kernel buckles. Contains cutlery for four people consisting of knives, forks and dessert spoons all signed by the manufacturer, four large and three small plates, four coffee cups, two glasses, a sugar bowl, a glass milk jug, two sandwich makers and a thermos signed by the brand “THERMOS”.
Cutlery box for 12 people in noble wood with metal lock and drawer handle. Box and cutlery signed by “WALKER & HALL, OUTLERS & SILVERSMITHS, SHEFFIELD”. It consists of steel knives with ivorine hilt, and silver plated forks and spoons. It contains punching for identification on the back in which we can find: EP “BAÑO DE PLATA”, A “HIGH QUALITY”, W & H “WALKER & HALL”, S “SHEFFIELD”, W “1914” (year of manufacture) and the flag with W&H corresponding to the manufacturer’s shield. On the top cover there is a metal inlay with reference to a wedding gift: “Presented to Miss J.H. Faulds & Mr. C.S. Adamson. on the occasion of their MARRIAGE by the staff at SWAN HUNTER & WIGHAN RIGHARDSON LTD. Dry Docks Dept. November 6th 1915. “. Contains a key that opens and closes perfectly. The origin of Walker & Hall started in Sheffield in 1845 by George Walker dedicating himself to electroplating. In 1853 Henry Hall joined the business and the company became Walker & Hall. The factory was on Howard Street, Sheffield and the showroom was opened at 45 Holborn Viaduct, London; expanding in the following years throughout the world. In 1920 it became a limited liability company (ltd), and in 1963 they merged with British Silverware Ltd.
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