Liberty & Co Cymric spoons retailed and marked for Mappin & Webb

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These lovely  spoons are known Liberty designs from c. 1902.  They are of particular interest as they are marked for  Mappin and Webb 1905 – proving a long held suspicion that Mappin & Webb sold Liberty (more likely Haseler) stock at the end of the Cymric period as its popularity waned (also William Hutton’s artistic work too).

The spoons are invariably attributed to Knox, Veazey and Cuzner in the order shown in the images.  Condition is excellent and original.  These are three of the nicest examples of these spoons that I have seen.  Simon Moore’s book on “Artists spoons and related table cutlery, illustrates a complete set of six “Liberty” spoons, similarly marked for  Mappin and Webb 1905. Pages 103-104.

Maker: Liberty & Co/Mappin & Webb

Designer: Archibald Knox/Bernard Cuzner/David Veazey

Date : 1905

Marks: Mn & Wb, London, k

Material: Sterling silver

Condition: Excellent

Size: c. 10.25-11.0cm

Weight : c 11 grams each

SKU: A1180-A1182 Category:

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Art nouveau, Arts and crafts