Levesley Brothers, George Butler, Henry Atkin - Cutlery, Table sweeps, 4 table crumbers (4) - Art Nouveau - .925 silver, Bone, Silverplate, Stag horn

Description
Levesley Brothers, George Butler, Henry Atkin - Cutlery, Table sweeps, 4 table crumbers (4) - Art Nouveau - .925 silver, Bone, Silverplate, Stag horn
England - Late 19th century

A set of 4 Victorian, Edwardian and Art Deco silver plated table crumbers with bone and deer horn handles; two of the crumbers have sterling silver ferrules. One crumber is bright-cut with a delicate geometric design; two of the crumbers are engraved and embossed in a sumptuous Art Nouveau fashion with flowers, leaves, scrolls and foliage.

36, 33, 32 and 33 cm long
854 g total

The horn crumber is made by Levesley Brothers, Sheffiled, c. 1870's; the two crumbers with sterling collars are made by George Butler (hallmarked for 1922) and Henry Atkin (hallmarked for 1909).

Good antique condition. Some wear to silvering; one handle is cracked; one collar is slightly raised from the handle.

The parcel will be sent fully tracked and insured.

Lot details
No. of items
4
Object
4 table crumbers, Cutlery, Table sweeps
Material
.925 silver, Bone, Silverplate, Stag horn
Manufacturer/ Brand
Levesley Brothers, George Butler, Henry Atkin
Style
Art Nouveau
Estimated Period
Late 19th century
Country of Origin
England
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Dimensions
32×33×36 cm
Weight
854 g
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