This is an exquisite antique Edwardian sterling silver helmet shaped cream jug with hallmarks for Chester 1906 and the makers mark of the renowned silversmiths George Nathan & Ridley Hayes.
There is no mistaking its unique quality and design, which is certain to add a special something to your silver collection.
In excellent condition, please see photos for confirmation.
Dimensions in cm:
Height 16 x Width 12 x Depth 7 & Weight 4.5 troy oz
Dimensions in inches:
Height 6 inches x Width 5 inches x Depth 3 inches & Weight 0.14 kg
Nathan and Hayes
George Nathan and Ridley Hayes who entered their mark in 1897. The company traded under the name of ‘Nathan and Hayes’ and operated from a number of premises as follows:
285 Icknield Street, Birmingham
Howard Street, Birmingham
13 Hatton Gardens, London.
The owners lived at the following premises
(a) George Nathan – Argent House, Handsworth then 243 Hagley Road Birmingham
(b) Ridley Hayes – 7 Clarendon Road, Edgbaston then Hall Road, Birmingham.
After 1912 Hayes is not listed and either he must be presumed to have died or perhaps Nathan bought out the company as the trading name continued to be ‘Nathan and Hayes’. The company was absorbed by S Blanckensee & Sons Ltd later in the 20th century.
Nathan & Hayes were known for Arts and Crafts interpretations of early English silver.
Our reference: 07325
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