A Charles Ashbee for the Guild of Handicraft silver mustard

For sale is this Charles Ashbee for the Guild of Handicraft silver mustard, with a red finial to the lid that I believe is enamel but may be a garnet.  A really beautiful piece that has both a modernist and jewel like quality.  The mustard is with a replacement Powell glass liner and a modern Guild of Handicraft spoon.  Condition is excellent with crisp marks to the base.

This mustard was on loan to the “Cockneys in Arcadia; C R Ashbee in Chipping Campden” Exhibition at Court Barn Museum 7th April to 9th July. This major exhibition celebrated a decade of Court Barn curated by experts Alan Crawford and Mary Greensted and was the first to showcase C R Ashbee’s Campden period.

Price: Sold

Maker: Guild of Handicrafts Limited

Designer: Charles Ashbee

Date: 1902

Marks: GofH Ltd, London, “g”

Material: Sterling Silver, Garnet

Condition: Excellent

Size: 8cm high, 8cm diameter across handle

Weight: 3.3 oz, 94g (silver only)

SKU: A715 Category:


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Art nouveau, Arts and crafts