James Fenton & Co - Silversmiths

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Set of 6 Arts & Crafts Silver & Enamel Anthemion Teaspoons by James Fenton, Birmingham, 1909 from Steppes Hill Farm Antiques Ltd

A set of six early 20th century Arts Crafts style Teaspoons with anthemion shape purple enamel finialsThe fitted case not originalBy James Fenton Birmingham 1909Weight 5000 Grams 161 troy

£275

$351 €310

Silver Vesta Case, Birmingham 1907, James Fenton from Dart Silver Ltd

Circular sterling silver vesta case with very nicely detailed image of a Vintage car and passengers to front hallmarked from Birmingham in 1907 with the makers mark being that of

£1,295

$1,651 €1,459

Silver Agate Inkwell, Scottish Thistle, Birmingham 1921, James Fenton from Dart Silver Ltd

Sterling silver with agate topped glass inkwell the agate modelled as a Scottish ThistleHallmarked from Birmingham in 1921 with the makers mark being that of James FentonLid sits slightly up

£225

$287 €253

Silver Agate Bookmark Basket Hilt Sword, Birmingham 1929, James Fenton from Dart Silver Ltd

Novelty sterling silver bookmark in the form of a basket hilt sword with red agate within the basket hiltIn excellent order hallmarked from Birmingham in 1929 with the makers mark

£295

$376 €332

Silver Agate Vesta Case, Birmingham 1896, James Fenton from Dart Silver Ltd

Silver Agate vesta case hallmarked from Birmingham in 1896 with the makers mark being that of James FentonSlight wear to 2 of the agate panels mostly to the bottom left

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Silver Souvenir Spoon, Ayr, Birmingham 1924, James Fenton from Dart Silver Ltd

Sterling silver souvenir spoon with coat of arms of Ayr Hallmarked from Birmingham in 1924 with the makers mark being that of James FentonDATE 1924MAKER or SPONSOR MARK

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Pair of Silver Butter Knives/Curlers, Birmingham 1857, James Fenton from Dart Silver Ltd

Pair of silver bladed butter knivescurlers with bright cut decoration to blades both hallmarked from Birmingham in 1857 with the mark of JF for James Fenton overstriking another markOne blade

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Pair of Solid Silver Half Pint Tankards from The Silver Cabinet

This is a good heavy pair of solid sterling silver tankards each holding half a pintBoth are clearly hallmarked on the side with the Assay Office mark of Birmingham 1937

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