Heath & Middleton / John Thomas Heath & John Hartshorne Middleton Silversmiths

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Pair of Sterling Silver Whiskey Labels from Graham Smith Antiques Ltd

These are a pair of Edwardian antique sterling silver whiskey labels which have good crisp hallmarks for London the year 1907 and the makers mark for Heath Middleton

£130

$172 €152

Antique Edwardian Silver Tea & Coffee Set - 1901 from Wentworth Silver

This is a lovely bachelor Edwardian sterling silver set consisting of coffee pot tea pot milk and sugar All pieces have identical hallmarks and the set was made by Heath

ORNATE VICTORIAN REPOUSSE STERLING SILVER TEA CADDY 1899 from Wentworth Silver

A beautiful high quality silver tea caddy made by Heath Middleton and hallmarked in London 1899This tea caddy is made of a thick gauge of silver and is in

Antique Victorian Silver Candleholder / Tray 1892 from Wentworth Silver

This unusual antique sterling silver candleholder and tray was made by Heath Middleton and hallmarked in London 1892 The Company originally Hukin Heath had employed Dr Christopher Dresser

Christopher Dresser Miniature Antique Silver Coffee Pot 1900 from Wentworth Silver

This is a lovely Victorian sterling silver miniature coffee pot designed by Dr Christopher Dresser made by Heath Middleton and hallmarked in Birmingham 1900It is very good condition with

ANTIQUE DRESSER STYLE SILVER CLARET JUG - 1888 from Wentworth Silver

This lovely antique Victorian sterling silver claret jug was made by Heath Middleton and hallmarked in Birmingham 1888It is in very good condition The hob nail glass has a

Antique Victorian Silver Drinks Tray 1900 from Wentworth Silver

This lovely antique sterling silver tray was made by Heath Middleton and hallmarked in London 1900Heath Middleton employed Dr Christopher Dresser as a designer and whilst it is

Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver 10

This is a super antique Edwardian hallmarked sterling silver tray measuring 10 26 cms across Its hallmarked for Birmingham 1902 with the silversmiths mark for John Thomas Heath