Late 19th century wicker picnic basket manufactured by “SIRRAM”
Late 19th century wicker picnic basket manufactured by “SIRRAM”. Late 19th century wicker picnic basket manufactured by “SIRRAM”. The lid is lined inside in green leather. Includes a leather strap for closure and a leather top handle. It is made up of a sandwich maker, kettle, burner and an alcohol bottle signed by the manufacturer. All in zinc sheet. Three cups and two plates in English ceramic with golden decoration, and three metalic spoons.
Paintings with carriage motifs “Meubles et Objets de Goût”.
Paintings with carriage motifs, corresponding to numbers 325 and 326. French hand-colored paintings with the name “Meubles et Objets de Goût” (Furniture and objects of good taste). The measurements of each painting are 39×54 cm. On number 325 appear a “Berline á Col de Cygne et Fléche”, a “Diligence á Fléche” and a “Carrick á Limon”. On number 326 appear a “Diligence”, a “Caléche á Fléche” and a “Carrick”. All of them to the “sopanda” (8 docks), representing the most important carriages of the time. Noble wood frame with decorated brass trim.
Cutlery box for 12 people WALKER & HALL, SHEFFIELD 1933.
Cutlery box for 12 people in noble wood with metal lock and drawer handle. Box and cutlery signed by “WALKER & HALL, SHEFFIELD”. It consists of steel knives with ivorine hilt, and silver plated forks and spoons. It contains punching for identification on the back. On the top cover there is a metal inlay with reference to a wedding gift: “Presented to Miss E.M. Hodgins on the occasion of her MARRIAGE to Mr. W. SCULLIER. Upon her resignation as general secretary of THE LIVERPOOL C.H.A. CLUB. And as a token of esteem and appreciation by the members. 8 th April 1933”. 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.
1.094,20€ VAT included
Strictly Necessary Cookies
Strictly Necessary Cookie should be enabled at all times so that we can save your preferences for cookie settings.
If you disable this cookie, we will not be able to save your preferences. This means that every time you visit this website you will need to enable or disable cookies again.