Antique Edwardian Shell butter dish
Made in England, London, 1904
Maker: Josiah Williams & Co (George Maudsley Jackson & David Landsborough Fullerton)
13.5 x 10.5 x 2.3 cm
Weight: 72 grams
In 1855 the firm, listed as James & Josiah Wiliams, was active at 14 Small Street, Bristol as manufacturers of silver and electroplated goods.
In 1860 the firm had temporary premises in London, at 79 White Lion Street, Pentonville, while from 1877 they were active at 18 St. Augustine's Parade, Bristol.
After the retirement of James Williams (c. 1877) the partners of the firm (now Josiah Williams & Co) were Josiah Williams and George Maudsley Jackson (until 1879 when also Josiah Williams retired from the business).
Josiah Williams production was mainly responsible for keeping the Exeter Assay Office busy during this period. After the closure of the office (1882) the hallmarking was transferred to London (where George Maudsley Jackson entered his mark).
Condition: General usage, age related wear and tear, otherwise, good overall condition.
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- Plato de mantequilla Edwardian Shell antiguo
- .925 plata
- Josiah Williams & Co
- Periodo estimado
- País de origen
- Reino Unido
- Buen estado - usado y con signos menores de los años
- 72 g