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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.
Music box of the firm “DECCO”, lined in leather, brass fittings and signed locks, does not contain key. Includes handle. Includes three slate discs and spare needles.
Charles Cooper Henderson painting (1803-1877) “WAKING UP”. Painting with equestrian motifs, called “WAKING UP”, painted by Charles Cooper Henderson (1803-1877) and engraved by Jonh Harris (1791-1873) this engraving is characterized by the size of the item (86.5×66), it is normal to find it smaller; on the reverse there is a sticker of the signature “ARTHUR ACKERMANN & SON, LTD”. Noble wood frame with decorated brass trim. Charles Cooper Henderson (June 14, 1803 – August 21, 1877) was a British horse and coach painter. Many of the paintings were engraved by himself and others such as Henry A. Papprill, John Harris, and the famous Samuel William Fores. The impressions of your training scenes are valued and collected. The “Fores Training Memoirs” were originally etched from Henderson paintings in 1842-43 and continued to be republished throughout the 19th century. They are a series numbered plates from I-VI, “Changing horses”, “Very good”, “Pulling up to slide”, “Waking up”, “Ancient time”, “The night team”, the first five were engraved by John Harris, the sixth by Henry A Papprill. Examples of large format aquatints can be seen in the UK Government Art Collection and have been found at auction in 2006, 2008, 2014. He has original paintings in various public collections in Dublin and in the UK. Henderson was buried in Kensal Green Cemetery and has a memorial at St Nicholas Church in Shepperto.
Excellent quality cologne case made of tight leather. Five glass jars, each of them with silver punched-seal lids and colored enamel circles. The London 1899 signature by “George Brace”. The glass edges are in good condition. A small amount of enamel is missing on the top and on two of the smaller ones. Green, black and red caps have a slight lack of enamel. The case is a beautiful chestnut brown color with a nice “patina” (A thin layer of greenish oxide that forms on bronce) and is specially made with the bottles. Interior in good cleaning condition. . Buckle strap closure is a replacement.
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