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Alexander Clark & Co

Alexander Clark & Co was a silversmiths and silverware manufacturer making a range of silverplated cutlery, jewellery and reproduction historical silver pieces as well as fitted dressing cases and high quality leather goods. Formed in 1890 in London, the firm began producing sterling silver flatware and...

Andrew Fogelberg

Andrew Fogelberg was a silversmith who first appears in records as a plateworker in Soho, London in 1773. He appears to have gone into partnership with Stephen Gilbert from 1780 until 1793 operating from Soho premises in Church Street and they have registered marks from this time. He was noted for the restrained...

Angell Family

The firm of Joseph Angell & Son was formed around 1811 by Joseph Angell in Clerkenwell in London and went on to become one of the most important and largest silversmiths and jewellery makers in the mid 19th century. From 1811 until 1849 the firm operated as manufacturing silversmiths to the trade, supplying other...

Atkin Brothers – Henry & Harry

The Atkin Brothers firm were Sheffield based silversmiths, producing flatware, hollowware and cutlery. It started life as the business of Thomas Law, a silversmith active in Sheffield between 1750 to 1775. This business was continued by the Law sons. They were joined in 1824 by Henry Atkin and they started trading...

Benjamin Laver

Benjamin Laver was a silversmith active during the 18th Century. He is first recorded as an apprentice to Thomas Heming in 1751 completing his apprenticeship in 1764. His son William was apprenticed to him in 1774 and he is recorded as a ‘largeplate worker’ in New Bond Street. It appears he operated from here...

Boots Pure Drug Company

Boots Pure Drug Company – was founded by John Boot in 1849 who opened his first shop in Nottingham, England. During the 1870s, his son Jesse transformed the company into a national chain and as part of this they became official dispensing chemists for prescription medicine. Boots has gone through a number of...

Britannia Silver

Britannia Silver is the term used for an alloy of silver containing 95.84% silver with the rest usually being copper. The Britannia Silver standard was introduced by an Act of Parliament in 1697 to replace sterling silver (92.5% silver) as the legal standard for ‘wrought plate’. It was part of a drive to...

Broadway & Co

Broadway & Co is a silversmiths founded in 1900 by William Benjamin Broadway, a highly skilled die-sinker (a person who engraves dies used to stamp designs on coins or medals). Specialising in fine high quality sterling silver products, the complete range is handmade by expert craftsmen in-house. Many of the items...

C.J. Vander

C. J. Vander – are high quality silversmiths known for their hand produced silverwares. They were bought in 1996 by Syratech Corporation, a leading USA silver brand and continue trading today. The company was founded in 1886 by Cornelius Joshua Vanderpump who changed his name to Vander on acquiring the business of...

Charles & George Reily & Storer

Charles & George Reily & Storer – were silversmiths operating in London during the first half of the 19th Century during the reigns of William IV and Victoria. Charles Reily went into partnership with his mother Mary Reily and entered his first mark on 31st May 1826 from their workshop address at Carey Lane,...