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A small leather blackjack with silver rim, by Dennis Smith and Gareth Harris London 2015.
Price: £540.00 (including £90 VAT at 20%)

                                                             Dennis Smith and Gareth Harris met in 1975 at the Sir John Cass School of Art in London and both went on to work for Edward Barnard and Sons. In 1981 they moved to their current workshop in Hatton Garden and they now have an international clientele.

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A tumbler cup with embossed decoration, by Dennis Smith and Gareth Harris London 2002 (with Golden Jubilee mark for Elizabeth II).
Price: £510.00 (including £85 VAT at 20%)

                                                             Dennis Smith and Gareth Harris met in 1975 at the Sir John Cass School of Art in London and both went on to work for Edward Barnard and Sons. In 1981 they moved to their current workshop in Hatton Garden and they now have an international clientele.

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A modern silver ladle, by Hilary Norman (of Wellington, Somerset) London 1972 .
Price: £245.00
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A circular salt-cellar with photo-etched decoration including the arms of the Goldsmiths' Company of London, designed by Alex Styles and manufactured by Naylor Brothers London 1977.
Price: £235.00
                                                                                                          Alex Styles (b. 1922) was chief designer for Garrards and their subsidiary Nayler Brothers. In 1977, he designed this salt cellar for the Goldsmiths' Company to celebrate the 650th anniversary of the original charter of the Company and the Silver jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. 244 of these salts were made for presentation to the Livery of the Goldsmiths' Company and their senior staff (one being presented to the Victoria and Albert Museum in 1978 by Charles Oman).

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A toothpaste tube winder, by Dennis Smith and Gareth Harris London 1991 .
Price: £144.00 (including £24 VAT at 20%)

                                                             Dennis Smith and Gareth Harris met in 1975 at the Sir John Cass School of Art in London and both went on to work for Edward Barnard and Sons. In 1981 they moved to their current workshop in Hatton Garden and they now have an international clientele.

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A spoon of Celtic design with stylised knot terminal, made in Edinburgh in 1956 by Norah Creswick (1883-1976)
Price: £110.00
                                                                                                 Norah Creswick (1883-1976) registered her mark at Edinburgh Assay Office as an 'artist-jeweller' working from 20, Harrison Road. A variety of small silver and jewellery, often stone-set, can be found with her mark. She was the wife of the bronze worker and silversmith, Charles Creswick (1883-1965), himself the son of the sculptor, Benjamin Creswick (1856-1943). Norah shared the foundry workshop in Harrison Road with her husband and his partners, Jack Creswick (her brother-in-law), and William McDonald.

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