Category Archives: arts and crafts silver

TSV Antiques

19th century Moser Harrach Wine and Hock Set. Decorated with a green flash to the top, gold and platinum enameling in a classic stylised leaf form and are set with glass “jewels” The wine glasses extend from a gilt-edged foot to a stubby stem and then to a generous bowl, while the goblets stand taller, with hollow ridged stems. 14 and 18cm high

Barbara and Ian of TSV Antiques have well over 20 years experience in the antiques trade. They are based in Hampshire and deal in a range of high quality antiques including jewellery, objets-de-virtu, silver, scent bottles, decanters, snuff boxes, ceramics, costume jewellery, glass, bronzes, lighting and practical home-wares.

TSV Antiques will be exhibiting at the York Racecourse Antiques Decorative and Fine Art Fair on the 8th 9th June 2018.

For further information about stock visit, TSV Antiques at https://tsvantiques.co.uk/welcome-to-tsv-antiques/ or email TSV Antiques at info@tsvantiques.co.uk.

Martin Wright

Charles Robert Ashbee shallow silver bowl, beautifully worked on the base with stylised vines and grapes, the rest hammered finished with a gilded interior. Rare CRA makers mark, London 1899.

Martin Wright deals in fine art nouveau, art deco and 20th century silver.

Martin wright will be exhibiting at the Rose Antiques Fairs Ltd York Racecourse Antiques, Decorative and fine Art Fair on the 8-9 June 2018.

This year Martin will be exhibiting a very rare Charles Ashbee shallow planished silver bowl beautifully worked on the base with stylised vines and grapes with a gilded interior. Marked with the rare CRA Asbee mark and hallmarked fo 1899.  Charles Robert Ashbee was of course one of the master designers and silversmiths of the arts and crafts movement and was key in establishing the London Guild and School of Handicraft.

For more details about any of the items on this page contact Martin by e-mail at martin@martins-silver.co.uk