George V Silver & Cut Glass Preserve Jar by Hukin & Heath, Birmingham 1933 (1 of 6)
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George V Silver & Cut Glass Preserve Jar by Hukin & Heath, Birmingham 1933 (3 of 6)
George V Silver & Cut Glass Preserve Jar by Hukin & Heath, Birmingham 1933 (4 of 6)
George V Silver & Cut Glass Preserve Jar by Hukin & Heath, Birmingham 1933 (5 of 6)
George V Silver & Cut Glass Preserve Jar by Hukin & Heath, Birmingham 1933 (6 of 6)
Julie Cartwright Antiques

George V Silver & Cut Glass Preserve Jar by Hukin & Heath, Birmingham 1933

REF: SEPT17 / LA314333
£165
€186
$221
Description
This elegant silver lidded preserve jar is dated Birmingham 1933 and was made by the highly collectable Hukin & Heath. The spherical crystal glass body with sliced-cut decorations. The plain domed silver lid with reeded handle. The base star cut. It comes with a very well matched silver preserve spoon made by A J Bailey and dated Birmingham 1921. The spoon with feather-edge border. Hallmarks: H&H for Hukin & Heath. Birmingham Assay mark. Lion passant. Date letter "J" for 1933. Hallmarks on spoon: A.J.B for A J Bailey. Birmingham Assay Mark. Lion Passant. Date letter "v" for 1921.

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declaration

Julie Cartwright Antiques has clarified that the George V Silver & Cut Glass Preserve Jar by Hukin & Heath, Birmingham 1933 (LA314333) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1933

condition

Excellent. Glass in perfect condition. Silver in lid in very good condition. Spoon in good condition, minor surface wear.

additional info

Period:
1930s
Date of Manufacture:
1933

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