Antique Boat Walker & Hall Sheffield Silversmith Silver Plate Spoon Warmer C1900 For Sale

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Antique Boat Walker & Hall Sheffield Silversmith Silver Plate Spoon Warmer C1900:
$400.00

This antique spoon warmer is a beautiful piece of history. Crafted by Walker & Hall Sheffield, it features a stunning boat pattern that is sure to catch the eye of any collector. Made of silverplate, this Victorian-style warmer is perfect for those who appreciate the intricate details of antique silverware. With an age range of 1900-1940, this spoon warmer is a rare find that is sure to add a touch of whimsy to any collection. Whether you're a fan of antique silver or simply appreciate the unique design of this piece, this antique boat warmer is a must-have for any collector. The H & H Sheffield mark was registered in 1903 to give you an indication of its exact age.
About Walker and Hall Silversmiths: Walker & Hall was a silversmith company based in Sheffield, England that made cutlery, electroplated wares, and silver from the mid-19th century until they closed in 1971. The company was founded in 1845 by George Walker, who secured the royalty for electroplating in Sheffield. He was joined in 1853 by Henry Hall and the business became Walker & Hall. Walker & Hall's factory was located on Howard Street in Sheffield, and they also had showrooms in London.


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