A collection of silver arts and crafts belts and buckles

Price: Sold

For sale is this collection of silver arts and crafts belts and buckles, including some early arts and crafts examples from pre-1900, and stunning examples by James Fenton (enamel buckle) and Kate Harris (figural belt).

A1002. James Fenton & Sons, Birmingham1910.  Silver and enamel modernist buckle.  5.5 cm wide. 0.9 oz, 25 grams

A985 John Milward Brown,  Birmingham 1897.  Early modernist wire work buckle, 13.0 cm.  1.6 0z, 46 grams.

A988  Lawrence Emmanuel, Birmingham 1896. Early silver arts and crafts mermaid buckle.  13.0 cm across. 2.8 oz, 79 grams

A974 Minshull & Latimer. Birmingham 1897. Early silver arts and crafts doves buckle. 11.0 cm across. 2.1 oz, 59 grams

A972 Lawrence Emmanuel. Birmingham 1903. Art nouveau flower and maiden belt. 65 cm long. 3.1 oz, 90 grams

A993 Edward Souter Barnsley. Birmingham 1903. Art nouveau heart belt. 72 cm long. 159 grams 5.6 oz. Patented adjustable length design.

A1001. William Hutton &Sons, Birmingham 1904. Kate Harris art nouveau silver belt. 75 cm long.  6.2 oz, 175 grams

All in excellent antique condition.

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Material: Sterling silver, enamel

Condition: Excellent

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SKU: A1002, A1001, A985, A988, A974, A972, A993 Category:

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Art nouveau, Arts and crafts