See Alan Crawford, “C.R. Ashbee, Yale University Press
Price range: Sold
This outstanding Guild of Handicraft silver box has a delicate opalescent flower and leaf and branch design. It is one of the most sophisticated enamels I have seen by the Guild. It is probably by Arthur Cameron or William Marks. Unusually the lid of the plaque is stepped in two levels, each carrying the enamel design. The enamel is in excellent and original condition.
Fully hallmarked for London 1904.
Maker: Guild of Handicraft
Date : 1904
Marks: GofH Ltd, London, date letter “i”
Material: Sterling silver, enamel
Size: 7.25 cm square
Weight: 136 grams (including enamel)