A Kate Harris art nouveau silver buckle

A fabulous silver buckle by Kate Harris, the design bridging the symbolist and art nouveau movements.  Very much in the spirit of her training as a new movement sculptress. Marked for Connells, it was undoubtedly made by William Hutton & Sons.  It is a good size at 10cm wide.

Price: Sold

Maker:  William Hutton & Sons /Connells

Designer:  Kate Harris

Date: 1902

Marks: WGC, London, “g”

Material: Sterling silver

Condition: Very good, marks slightly rubbed

Size:  10.0 cm wide

Weight:  1.8 oz, 50 grams

SKU: A792 Category:


Kate Harris was employed the London studio of William Hutton & Sons to produce artistic silver from 1899 to c 1905.  Her work is often hallmarked for Goldsmiths and Silversmiths who were retailers as well as manufacturers.  See Dr Stephen Pudney’s articles on Kate Harris in the Decorative Arts Society Journal Vol 22 “A marriage of art and commerce: Kate Harris and the arts and crafts silverware of William Hutton & Sons” and 2015 Volume 39 “The mystery woman of English art nouveau”.

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Art nouveau, Arts and crafts