Art Nouveau Silver Drink Set Hukin & Heath
Stamped Hukin & Heath From our Barware collection, we are pleased to offer this Art Nouveau Drinks Set by Hukin & Heath. The set plated in Silver comprised of four quatrefoil beakers and a jug. Each piece decorated with a... Read More
Four Beakers and Jug
Stamped Hukin & Heath
From our Barware collection, we are pleased to offer this Art Nouveau Drinks Set by Hukin & Heath. The set plated in Silver comprised of four quatrefoil beakers and a jug. Each piece decorated with a chipped bark design giving it an extremely decorative aesthetic perfect for serving friends with drinks in style. Each piece is stamped to the base H & H for Hukin and Heath and dates to the Art Nouveau period during the Victorian reign circa 1900.
Dimensions Jug H19 x W18 x D11.5cm | Beakers H11 x W8.5 x D8.5cm
Hukin and Heath were important Silversmiths and electroplaters of Birmingham (1855-1953). Established by Jonathan Wilson Hukin and John Thomas Heath. They registered Birmingham marks in 1875 and London marks in 1879. The firm began working in conjunction with Dr. Christopher Dresser in 1877 and some of their most notable designs have Dresser influence.
Silver Plate refers to a method of applying a thin layer of silver to a base metal such as brass. Therefore it refers to an item which is not solid silver but plated to the outer coating.
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