A late Victorian silver chamberstick, by J.T. Heath & J. H Middleton, Birmingham 1897, incuse stamped underneath 13034,
Lot 94
A late-Victorian silver chamberstick by J.T. Heath & J. H Middleton, Birmingham 1897, incuse stamped underneath 13034,
Sold for £4,500 (US$ 7,563) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
A late-Victorian silver chamberstick
by J.T. Heath & J. H Middleton, Birmingham 1897, incuse stamped underneath 13034,
Of square form with sloping sides, the slender and tubular column with fixed sconce and applied with right-angle ebony grip, raised on four stepped bun feet, height 8.3cm, total weight 6.99oz.

Footnotes

  • For a similar example see Halén, Christopher Dresser 2,(Oxford, 1990), p.178, plate No. 201.

    Christopher Dresser designed some of the more forward thinking designs for silver and other metalwork. These designs were geometric yet delivered simplicity and practicality for the client.
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