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  1. Manufactured by Ahronsberg Bros.
    English
    Queen Victoria Commemorative Spoon

    1896
    Sterling silver and gilt
    89.335.A,.B
  2. William Allen
    English, active 1674–c. 1686
    Candlestick

    c. 1670
    Pewter
    B.59.125
  3. Peter Archambo I
    English, 1710–1759
    Pair of Sauceboats

    1724
    Silver
    2014.287.1,.2
  4. Charles Robert Ashbee
    English, 1863–1942
    Muffin Dish and Cover

    designed c. 1900, made c. 1905
    Silver plate and turquoise
    2014.49.A,.B
  5. Charles Robert Ashbee
    English, 1863–1942
    Salt and Pepper Casters

    Designed c. 1900, made 1905
    Silver, amethyst, and quartz
    2014.14.1,.2
  6. Charles Robert Ashbee
    English, 1863–1942
    Pair of Jam or Butter Dishes

    Designed c. 1900, made 1905
    Sterling silver and carnelian
    2014.13.1,.2
  7. John Bache
    English, active 1673–1729
    Snuffers and Stand

    stand 1714–15, snuffers 1715–16
    Britannia standard silver
    96.1612.A,.B
  8. Hester Bateman
    English, 1708–1794
    Teapot

    1790–1791
    Silver and wood
    86.515
  9. Hester Bateman
    English, 1708–1794
    Coral, Whistle and Bells

    c. 1778–1793
    Silver-gilt and coral
    80.96
  10. Richard Bayley
    English, born c. 1685
    Chocolate Pot

    c. 1715
    Silver
    B.82.11
  11. Birmingham Guild of Handicrafts
    English, established 1890
    Cup

    c. 1903–1904
    Silver
    83.14
  12. Jacob Bodendieck
    English, born Germany, 1634–1681, active London, 1664–1680
    Ginger Jar

    1677– 1678
    Sterling silver
    90.488.A,.B
  13. Jacob Bodendieck
    English, born Germany, 1634–1681, active London, 1664–1680
    Tankard

    c. 1665
    Sterling silver
    88.31
  14. Jacob Bodendieck
    English, born Germany, 1634–1681, active London, 1664–1680
    Pair of Jars

    1675–1676
    Sterling silver
    82.57.1,.2
  15. Barbara Brown
    English, born 1932
    Ensign

    c. 1965
    Cotton
    2017.229
  16. Bush & Perkins
    English, 1771–1781
    Candlestick

    c. 1771–1781
    Pewter
    B.56.113.2
  17. William Caldecott
    English, active late mid-18th century
    Set of Four Candlesticks

    1756
    Silver
    B.55.11.1-.4
  18. John Carter II
    English, active 1768–1777
    Candlestick (one of a pair)

    c. 1771–1773
    Silver
    B.82.12.2
  19. John Carter II
    English, active 1768–1777
    Candlestick (one of a pair)

    c. 1771–1773
    Silver
    B.82.12.1
  20. John Carter II
    English, active 1768–1777
    Candlestick (one of a pair)

    c. 1773
    Silver
    B.61.21.2
  21. John Carter II
    English, active 1768–1777
    Candlestick (one of a pair)

    c. 1773
    Silver
    B.61.21.1
  22. Henry Chawner
    English, 1764–1851
    Teapot Stand

    1791
    Silver
    96.1618
  23. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.84
  24. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.83
  25. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.82
  26. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.81
  27. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.80
  28. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.79
  29. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.78
  30. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.77
  31. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.76
  32. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.75
  33. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.74
  34. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.73
  35. Henry Clarke
    London, active early 18th century
    Spoon

    c. 1715–1716
    Sterling silver
    B.82.27.3
  36. Henry Clarke
    London, active early 18th century
    Spoon

    c. 1715–1716
    Sterling silver
    B.82.27.2
  37. Thomas Compton
    English, 1749–1817
    Plate

    early 19th century
    Pewter
    B.79.115
  38. Made by Paul Crespin
    English, 1694–1770
    Pair of Sauceboats

    1752–53
    Sterling silver
    2011.480.1,.2
  39. Paul Crespin
    English, 1694–1770
    Epergne

    1742–1743
    Sterling silver
    2003.977.A-.E
  40. William Cripps
    English, free 1738–d. 1766
    Epergne

    1754
    Silver
    2010.35.A-.J
  41. Made by David Whyte & William Holmes
    English, fl. 18th century
    Tea Urn

    1764
    Sterling silver and ivory
    2010.44.A-.C
  42. Possibly Peter Desvignes
    English, active by 1771
    Pair of Sauceboats

    1772
    Silver
    2004.1366.1,.2
  43. Lawrence Dyer
    English, active c. 1650–1680
    Charger

    c. 1650–1680
    Pewter
    B.60.28
  44. Lawrence Dyer
    English, active c. 1650–1680
    Charger

    c. 1650–1680
    Pewter
    B.60.27
  45. Elkington & Co.
    English, active 1829–1963
    Inkstand

    1864–1865
    Silver and glass
    B.76.186.A-.C
  46. English
    Powder Box

    late 18th century
    Ivory, gilt metal
    94.1015.A,.B
  47. Charles Fox
    English, 1794–1849
    Teapot

    1823
    Silver and wood
    81.37
  48. George Fox
    English, c. 1816–1910
    Claret Jug

    1880
    Sterling silver, gilt, cabochon red stones or glass
    94.45
  49. William Gibson
    English, active 1682–1705
    Coffee Pot

    1701
    Sterling silver and wood
    2016.124
  50. Wally Gilbert
    English, born 1946
    Beaker

    2003
    Sterling silver, parcel gilt, and moonstones
    2014.11

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