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Hand Cast Silver Elizabeth II Retriever Dog made in 1966

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A fine hand cast silver model of a retriever with excellent detail by a very collectible maker.

Date 1966
Made By Albert Edward Jones
Location Birmingham
Stock Number W256x13

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W256x13
Date:
1966
Maker: Albert Edward Jones
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Description

A fine hand cast silver model of a retriever with excellent detail by a very collectible maker.

It has a lovely heavy feel and is in first class condition throughout.

Dimensions: height 7.4 cm, length 13.1 cm; weight 6.55 troy oz.

Maker
Albert Edward Jones

Albert Edward Jones was born in 1878 into a family of craftsmen dating back to 1780 and died in 1954. “A piece of silverwork to be really interesting must be endued with a Spirit of Art…..” – A. E. Jones, 1906.

Apprenticed to Woodwards and then Hardman Powells. He trained at the Birmingham Central School of Arts under Edward Taylor, where he gained a reputation as a developer and innovator.

He worked as a Guildsman at the Birmingham Guild of Handicraft where he was influenced by the Arts and Crafts Movement and met many artists and designers. Having made some bronzeware at his father’s premises, he left the family metalwork business and set up on his own in 1902. Success came quickly, with the workshop attracting a talented group of artists and craftsmen inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement.

In 1905, he acquired Jesson and Birkett with its trade mark of St. Dunstan hand-raising a bowl. He collaborated with Edward Taylor’s son, Howson, owner of Ruskin Pottery, in mounting and using the coloured pottery as liners for some of his silverwork (which at this time was all hand raised).

The company produced many clock cases with French movements and a considerable amount of ecclesiastical work.

In 1958, his son, Kenneth Crisp Jones (also trained at the Central School of Art Birmingham), took over the business which was then acquired by C. J. Vander of Sheffield.

Delivery Details

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Import restrictions are applicable to some destinations, especially the import of products containing materials such as ivory and tortoiseshell. We cannot accept orders requiring shipment to any countries which implement such controls.

All items are checked and photographed prior to packaging, and we aim to dispatch 1-3 days after receiving cleared payment.

Delivery Charges:
For the UK £15.00
For Europe £30.00
For the rest of World £50.00
The charges are subject to change

About William Walter Antiques

At the heart of William Walter Antiques is our dedication to providing our customers with beautiful silver of supreme quality, which celebrates all that is precious about sterling silver. Customer service also being paramount, our long-standing, devoted staff team go above and beyond the call of duty for all our clients. We believe it is this combination of passion and commitment that has kept our customers with us for many years.

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53-64 Chancery Lane,
London, WC2A 1QS

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