13 item(s) found:

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A Victorian sterling silver cruet set in the original case, 1886, Birmingham, with marks Jth over Jhm, for Hukin & Heath (salts), and 1883, with marks for Ef over Ht for Horace Woodward & Co (spoons), petite cauldrons with crimped rims raised on ba

Sterling silver &, boar tusk tankard, hallmarked Birmingham 1936, maker Hukin &, Heath, 11 cm high approx., 298g including tusk approx.

A sterling silver desk flask, 1894 London, with maker's marks for Hukin & Heath, of neoclassical inspiration and of compressed boat shaped form with three horizontal ribs to the upper body, a tapering collar to a straight sided neck with fitted top

Victorian hallmarked sterling silver covered bowl, hallmarked London 1889, maker Hukin & Heath. Dent & warping to bowl. Height 9 cm. Diameter 18 cm. Wt. 361g

A silver entree dish; rectangular form with scalloped ribbed border; Hukin & Heath Ltd, Birmingham, 1915. Weight 1285g.

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian Christopher Dresser design dish. Christopher Dresser design hallmarked sterling silver Victorian double basket dish with later chasing & wicker woven handle. London, 1880, maker Jonathan Wilson Hukin & John Thom

William Hutton & Sons, London, 1910, five piece silver tea and coffee service, comprising teapot, coffee pot, tea kettle on stand, milk jug and sugar bowl, burner made by Hukin and Heath, London, 1908, oval section half fluted, coffee pot on pedestal stem

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian footed bowl with scalloped pattern. London, 1896, maker Hukin & Heath. Length 23 cm, weight 364g

A pair of Edwardian crystal and silver whisky noggins. Birmingham 1907, by Hukin & Heath (John Thomas Heath and John Hartshorne Middleton). Height 10 cm

An Edward VII silver four slice toast rack, the four hoop dividers on a rounded rectangular frame on four ball feet, oval ring handle to the top. Birmingham 1909 by Hukin & Heath (John Thomas Heath & John Hartshorne Middleton)

Silver plated & glass jars condiment stand, attributed Dr. Christopher Dresser design, manufactured by Hukin & Heath, with makers mark, late 19th century. Height 23 cm

A Victorian sterling silver basket, with reeded sides and handle. Hukin and Heath, London 1882. Height 14 cm. Width 12 cm. Diameter 9 cm

Pair of hallmarked sterling silver fish servers profusely pierced & engraved with a Vignette of a fisherman & faux ivory Grips by Hukin & Heath Shef...