Walker & Hall – Silver Maker Marks

A pair of silver vases
by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1937
With two drop-ring handles, on four shell and scroll feet, height 28cm, weight 47oz. Sold for £750 at Bonhams
Walker & Hall Fish Service
Sheffield silverplate fish service for six by Walker & Hall, England, each with rocaille decoration and ivorine handles, set in a silk-lined and custom fitted mahogany case, the lid centering a brass shield, the knives 8.75″l, the forks 8″l, the case 2.5″h x 13.75″w x 10″d. Sold for $400 at Great Gatsby’s Auction Gallery, Inc.
Silver Match Safe / Vesta Case Walker & Hall
English (Sheffield), 1916. A sterling silver match safe / vesta case with enamel decoration on the front featuring a soldier holding a bayonet, with chain hook to side, marked on lid and interior rim; ht. 2 1/8, wd. 2 in. Sold for $325 at Cowan’s Auctions, Inc.
Walker & Hall Sheffield 1916 Makers Mark
Walker & Hall Sheffield 1916 Makers Mark
Walker & Hall Silver Plate Makers Mark

Walker & Hall – Originally Walker & Co, the company was established by George Walker in Sheffield, 1845. In 1848 the company was known as Walker, Coulson & Hall until 1853 when it became Walker & Hall. In 1920 it became a limited company. Walker & Hall are reknown for their electroplated silver but solid silver items were also made.

1904 Hallmarked Solid Silver Nurses Belt Buckle Walker & Hall

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