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Metalware

Silver, either solid or plated, pewter and, to a lesser extent, brass and copper were the metals most commonly used to produce Art Nouveau and Art Deco metalware and many pieces made were quite stunning. From mainland Europe, the WMF, Argentor and Kayserzinn companies were just three of the better known whose products are still very sought after, along with those made and designed here in the UK, especially those commissioned by Liberty’s.  The design and craftsmanship that went into metalwork from these years was so full of originality and character, and much is still as eyecatching today as when it was first made. We offer a varied selection of decorative and practical items from several different manufacturers, some of which also incorporate other materials such as glass or enamel.  Metalware items that were made by exponenets of the Arts & Crafts movement are now listed in our separate Arts & Crafts category.  In the meantime, please have a browse, take your time, and we hope you like what you see…

Eisenacher Motorenwerk Brass Box

Stytlish brass cigar box made by WMF for the east German company Eisenacher Motorenwerk in the early 1950’s. With a lightly hammered finish to the sides and ends, and the splendid image of an open-topped…

Art Nouveau Trinket Tray

English Art Nouveau silver trinket tray showing a Chester hallmark for the year 1902. Crafted with a shaped outline and a repoussé design showing the mirrored faces of a pair of young maidens towards the…

WMF Art Nouveau Pitcher

Magnificent and large Art Nouveau silver-plated jug from WMF. With the face of a long haired femme fleur in profile on each side, flanked by sinuous stems and flower buds, and decorated with Art Nouveau…

Marius Hammer Set of Teaspoons in Original Box

Set of six ornate silver-gilt and plique-à-jour teaspoons made by the Norwegian jeweller and silversmith Marius Hammer. Beautifully crafted, with twisted silver wire stems, delicately pointed bowls and handles fashioned with plique-à-jour enamelled leaves and…

Wine Jug from Gebruder Bing

Copper and brass wine jug made by the German metalwork company of Gebruder Bing in the late 1800’s. With an unusual and rather bold hammered pattern on the brasswork above and below the smooth copper…

Christopher Dresser Claret Jug

Silver mounted claret jug designed by Christopher Dresser and made in London by Jonathan Wilson Hukin and John Thomas Heath. Cylindrical, rising from a spreading base decorated with a cut star, the glass jug is surmounted…

WMF Salad Bowl

Art Nouveau silver plated twin handled salad or fruit bowl from WMF. Circular and widening as it rises, the sides and handles show a semi openwork design of ivy leaves and berries, with the top…

Pair of Silver Vases by Walker & Hall

A pair of Art Nouveau silver vases made by the Sheffield company Walker & Hall, hallmarked for the year 1902. Rising off a rounded and stepped foot, the filled narrow stem supports a bulbous bowl…

WMF Spirit Kettle

Jugendstil copper and brass spirit kettle and stand made by the German metalwork company WMF in the late 1800’s. The brass stand is all sinuous curves, sweeping upwards from a heart-shaped base before the three…

Art Nouveau Silver Tazza by Horace Woodward & Co Ltd

Good sized three-handled silver bowl or tazza made by Horace Woodward & Co Ltd who had workshops in both Birmingham and London between 1893 and 1916. With delighfully elegant lines, the three handles sweeping outwards…

Swiss Silver ‘Wave’ Box

Good size hammered silver box on four rounded feet with a distinctive ‘wave’ design mirrored on the front and back of the gently domed hinged lid. We believe it to be of Swiss origin and…

Art Nouveau Pewter Mounted Wine Jug

Stylish German Jugendstil wine jug of large proportions. The green tinted glass is housed in a beautifully crafted pewter mount with an Art Nouveau openwork design of flowers, buds and leaves. Standing on a solid…

Silver Twin Handled Cup

Silver twin handled cup or small bowl in the Arts & Crafts style, made by the Birmingham silversmiths George Unite & Sons and hallmarked for the year 1909. Circular but with the folded over rim…

Hukin & Heath Silver Bowl

Oval silver bowl with the circular interior showing a hammered finish, and the edge of the rim with a fine detail of hand-drawn wirework. The bowl is raised slightly on a circular, inward tapering foot…

Silver and Copper Box

Very pretty and nicely made wooden box encased with copper and embellished with applied silver decoration in the Art Nouveau style. The colour combination of the two contrasting metals works really well.  Probably originally a…

WMF Bonbon Dish

Silver plated Secessionist style bonbon dish from WMF with its original clear glass insert. Raised a little on four feet, the dish is circular and has a fixed handle. The glass insert has an etched…

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