Vintage English Silver Tea Kettle with stand and burner by James Deakin & Sons

Vintage English Silver Tea Kettle with stand and burner by James Deakin & Sons
Vintage English Silver Tea Kettle with stand and burner by James Deakin & Sons
Vintage English Silver Tea Kettle with stand and burner by James Deakin & Sons
Vintage English Silver Tea Kettle with stand and burner by James Deakin & Sons
Vintage English Silver Tea Kettle with stand and burner by James Deakin & Sons

Vintage English Silver Tea Kettle with stand and burner by James Deakin & Sons
An Antique Victorian Sterling Silver tea kettle on a burner stand, having a Georgian Regency style rectangular bellied body with applied gadroon & shell borders and hand-chased fluted decoration, together with a hinged domed lid, an insulated wooden handle and finial, and sitting on an original burner stand with securing pins and chains with four cast foliate feet. Made by James Deakin & Sons in 1911. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver kettle are length 25.4 cms (10 inches), height 34.29 cms (13.5 inches), width 25.4 cms (10 inches), and the total weight is approx. 1,155g (37.13 troy ounces). The firm was founded in Sheffield by James Deakin in 1866. The first mark was entered by the firm in Sheffield Assay Office on 31 January 1878. It was a "JD" over "WD" and, possibly, represented the partnership of James Deakin and his son William Pitchford Deakin. The firm was active at Sidney Works, Matilda Street, Sheffield. In 1886 two further sons entered in the partnership, John Deakin and Albert Deakin, and the firm was then known as James Deakin & Sons. Further marks were entered in London Assay Office (1888) by William and John Deakin (subsidiary offices and showrooms at 48 Holborn Viaduct, London), Chester and Birmingham. Further offices and showrooms were opened at Gardiner House, 14 Charterhouse Street, London, 34 St. Enoch Square, Glasgow and 7 Queen Street, Belfast.

After the retirement of James Deakin (1893) the business was continued by his sons William, John and Albert. In 1897 the firm was converted into a limited liability company under the style James Deakin & Sons Ltd. The firm was the proprietor of Shaw and Fisher, Electro-plate Manufacturers (established 1835) and of Walter Latham & Son, Sterling Silver & Electro-plate manufacturers (established 1874).

The item "Vintage English Silver Tea Kettle with stand and burner by James Deakin & Sons" is in sale since Thursday, May 2, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.925)\Other Antique Sterling Silver". The seller is "moroz68" and is located in Holmdel, New Jersey. This item can be shipped worldwide.


Vintage English Silver Tea Kettle with stand and burner by James Deakin & Sons


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