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view Unknown MET P. J. Cropper Bequest 1850-12-31 1825-01-01 1825-1850 (made) Sheffield plate, Sheffield?, 1825-50. Height: 1.25 in, Height: 1.5 in 43 2014-08-29T19:17:40.000Z 2014-08-29T19:17:40.000Z 53.38311 In Storage -1.464544 'WHISKY' Sheffield plate Sheffield plate, a laminate of sterling silver fused on to a copper core, repoussé M.531-1944 m5311944 O130223 Bottle ticket Bottle ticket with the word WHISKY. Sheffield plate, oval with repoussé border of roses on... Sheffield The history of bottle tickets provides a fascinating insight into English eating, drinking and... 3 bottle-ticket-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z plating, repoussé 1850 1825 view
view Unknown MET P.J. Cropper Bequest 1850-12-31 1825-01-01 1825-1850 (made) Bottle ticket, 'HOLLANDS', Sheffield plate, probably made in Sheffield, 1825-1850. Height: 1.25 in, Length: 2 in 241 2014-08-29T19:19:08.000Z 2014-08-29T19:19:08.000Z 53.38311 In Storage -1.464544 'HOLLANDS' Sheffield plate Sheffield plate, a laminate of sterling silver fused on to a copper core, repoussé M.529-1944 m5291944 O130221 Bottle ticket Bottle ticket (one of a pair) with the word HOLLANDS. Sheffield plate, oblong with cut corners,... Sheffield The history of bottle tickets provides a fascinating insight into English eating, drinking and... 3 bottle-ticket-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z plating, repoussé 1850 1825 view
view Unknown MET P. J. Cropper Bequest 1829-12-31 1820-01-01 ca. 1825 (made) Sheffield plate, Sheffield?, ca.1825. Height: 1.25 in, Length: 2.25 in 323 2014-08-29T19:19:37.000Z 2014-08-29T19:19:37.000Z 53.38311 In Storage -1.464544 No marks MADEIRA Sheffield plate Sheffield plate, laminate of silver fused to copper core M.917-1944 m9171944 O137878 Bottle ticket Bottle ticket (one of a pair) with the word MADEIRA. Sheffield plate, a ribbon supported by two... Sheffield The history of bottle tickets provides a fascinating insight into English eating, drinking and... 3 bottle-ticket-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z embossing 1829 1820 view
view 2006an6621 jpg s Fenton, Allanson and Machon MET 1832-12-31 1823-01-01 1823-1832 (made) Height: 32.38 cm, Width: 16.51 cm Silver, room 67 The Rococo was one of the most significant, and the earliest, of the 19th-century stylistic... 515 British Galleries: The Rococo Revival style was a more decorative alternative to standard Regency... 2014-08-29T19:20:40.000Z 2014-08-29T19:20:40.000Z 53.38311 Silver, room 67, case 3, shelf 2 -1.464544 Silver, ornamented with relief die-stamping 5719:1, 2-1901 57191901 O79166 Candlestick true Silver, stamped and filled with pitch? Sheffield 2006AN6621 Hallmarked for 1823-1824; nozzles for 1831-1832 Object Type Before the 1780s candles made of tallow (animal fat), beeswax and spermaceti (sperm... 3 VA candlestick-fenton-allanson-and 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1832 1823 view
view Unknown MET P. J. Cropper Bequest 1829-12-31 1820-01-01 ca. 1825 (made) Sheffield plate, Sheffield?, ca.1825. Height: 1.25 in, Length: 2.25 in 764 2014-08-29T19:21:55.000Z 2014-08-29T19:21:55.000Z 53.38311 In Storage -1.464544 No marks PORT Sheffield plate Sheffield plate, laminate of silver fused to copper core M.916-1944 m9161944 O137877 Bottle ticket Bottle ticket (one of a pair) with the word PORT. Sheffield plate, a ribbon supported by two... Sheffield The history of bottle tickets provides a fascinating insight into English eating, drinking and... 3 bottle-ticket-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z embossing 1829 1820 view
view John Round & Son Ltd. MET 1904-12-31 1904-01-01 1904 (made) Moustache spoon, silver, made by John Round & Son Ltd. 1904-1905; England Height: 2.5 cm, Width: 5 cm, Length: 22.5 cm British Galleries, room 122b John Round & Sons Ltd, 1107 2014-08-29T19:23:35.000Z 2014-08-29T19:23:35.000Z 53.38311 British Galleries, room 122b, case 2 -1.464544 Silver Silver M.18-2000 m182000 O34330 Moustache spoon true Sheffield Object Type This spoon is a typical example of a piece of Victorian specialist cutlery. It was... 2 VA moustache-spoon-john-round-son 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1904 1904 view
view 2006ba1483 jpg s Asquith, Brian MET 1962-12-31 1962-01-01 1962 (designed) 1962 (Made) Rake, stainless steel and aluminium, Sheffield, 1962, designed by Brian Asquith, manufactured by... Length: 153.5 cm, Width: 25.5 cm, Height: 9.0 cm Sculpted by Design: the work of Brian Asquith (The Millennium Galleries, Sheffield 03/04/2004-06/06/2004) Historical significance: Won a Design Council Award in 1960. 1668 2014-08-29T19:26:06.000Z 2014-08-29T19:26:06.000Z 53.38311 In Storage -1.464544 aluminium, melamine, stainless steel Stainless steel, aluminium and melamine CIRC.594-1963 circ5941963 O98801 Rake Stainless steel rake with a handle of aluminium tubing ending in a knob of melamine plastic. Sheffield 2006BA1483 3 rake-asquith-brian 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1962 1962 view
view 2006ba1482 jpg s Asquith, Brian MET 1962-12-31 1962-01-01 1962 (designed) 1962 (made) Hoe, stainless steel and aluminium, Sheffield, 1962, designed by Brian Asquith, manufactured by... Length: 166 cm, Width: 12.1 cm, Height: 3.8 cm Sculpted by Design: the work of Brian Asquith (The Millennium Galleries, Sheffield 03/04/2004-06/06/2004) Historical significance: Won a Design Council Award in 1962. 1675 2014-08-29T19:26:08.000Z 2014-08-29T19:26:08.000Z 53.38311 In Storage -1.464544 aluminium, melamine, stainless steel Stainless steel, aluminium and melamine CIRC.595-1963 circ5951963 O98818 Hoe Stainless steel blade with a handle of aluminium tubing ending in a knob of melamine plastic. Sheffield 2006BA1482 3 hoe-asquith-brian 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1962 1962 view
view 2006am3359 jpg s Schofield, John MET 1779-05-28 1778-05-29 1778-1779 (hallmarked) Silver, Sheffield hallmarks for 1778-9, mark of John Young & Co., overstruck by the mark of John... Height: 20.5 cm, Width: 8.5 cm, Depth: 8.5 cm, Weight: 387.8 g British Galleries, room 118e Made in Sheffield, probably by John Young & Co.; the mark overstruck by John Scofield of London... 7871 British Galleries: In the 1770s the Sheffield makers of fused plate transferred their... 2014-08-29T19:44:31.000Z 2014-08-29T19:44:31.000Z 53.38311 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -1.464544 Sheffield hallmarks for 1778-9 Mark of John Young & Co., overstruck with that of the London... Silver Silver, stamped, chased and soldered 386A/1, 2-1871 3861871 O77574 Candlestick true Silver, fluted column enriched with chased foliage and garlands, supported on a square plinth,... Sheffield 2006AM3359 The maker's mark of John Young & Co., has been overstruck by that of John Schofield Object Type Candlesticks were essential domestic equipment. Before the 1780s, candles were the... 3 VA candlestick-schofield-john 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z soldering, chasing, stamping 1779 1778 view
view 2006am3092 jpg s Bell, John FWK 1847-12-31 1847-01-01 1847 (designed) 1865 (made) Height: 3 cm, Diameter: 35 cm The Victoria and Albert Museum: Art and Design For All (Kunst und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Bonn 18/11/2011-15/04/2012) British Galleries, room 122g Designed by John Bell (born in Hepton, Suffolk, 1811, died in London, 1895) for Felix Summerly's... 8021 British Galleries: BREAD BOARD AND KNIFE<br> Henry Cole experienced difficulty in putting many of... 2014-08-29T19:45:05.000Z 2014-08-29T19:45:05.000Z 53.38311 British Galleries, room 122g, case 2 -1.464544 Limewood, carved 444-1865 4441865 O77623 Bread board true Sheffield 2006AM3092 Object Type This wooden breadboard with appropriate decorative carving is an example of Victorian... 3 VA bread-board-bell-john 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1847 1847 view
view 2006am8776 jpg s Bell, John MET 1900-12-31 1800-01-01 19th century (made) Length: 36 cm, Width: 5 cm British Galleries, room 122g Designed by John Bell (born in Hepton, Suffolk, 1811, died in London, 1895) for Felix Summerly's... 8028 British Galleries: BREAD BOARD AND KNIFE<br> Henry Cole experienced difficulty in putting many of... 2014-08-29T19:45:07.000Z 2014-08-29T19:45:07.000Z 53.38311 British Galleries, room 122g, case 2 -1.464544 Gilt metal and ivory, carved and engraved 446-1865 4461865 O77624 Bread knife true Sheffield 2006AM8776 Object Type This bread knife was acquired by the V&A very early in its history as an example of... 3 VA bread-knife-bell-john 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1900 1800 view
view 2006am9157 jpg s Vigo ‘List of Works of Art Acquired by the South Kensington Museum, During the Year 1893, Arranged... MET 1680-12-31 1660-01-01 1660-1680 (made) Knife (one of a pair), ivory and steel, wedding kife, probably British, one is dated 1687 Length: 21.7 cm whole, Width: 3 cm, Depth: 2 cm, Length: 8.3 cm ivory alone Bought in 1893 from the Bateman Heirlooms sale (the property of the late W. Bateman Esq. and T.... 8322 British Galleries: The ivory of this knife handle was carved in Goa, India. European merchants... 2014-08-29T19:46:06.000Z 2014-08-29T19:46:06.000Z 53.38311 In Storage -1.464544 'Anne Doyley' a dagger steel, ivory Steel, with ivory handle 522-1893 5221893 O77653 Knife The handle is formed of a woman in fashinalble costume of the mid-seventeenth century. The silver... Sheffield 2006AM9157 Object Type This knife would have been carried in a leather case together with a matching fork.... 3 knife-vigo 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1680 1660 view
view 2006an6621 jpg s Fenton, Allanson and Machon MET 1900-12-31 1800-01-01 19th century (made) Height: 32.38 cm, Width: 16.51 cm British Galleries, room 120 Neg._No: JE2924 8475 British Galleries: The Rococo Revival style was a more decorative alternative to standard Regency... 2014-08-29T19:46:37.000Z 2014-08-29T19:46:37.000Z 53.38311 British Galleries, room 120, case 18 -1.464544 Silver, ornamented with relief die-stamping 5719A/1, 2-1901 57191901 O77672 Candlestick true Silver, stamped and filled with pitch? Sheffield 2006AN6621 Hallmarked for 1823-1824; nozzles for 1831-1832 Object Type Before the 1780s candles made of tallow (animal fat), beeswax and spermaceti (sperm... 3 VA candlestick-fenton-allanson-and 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1900 1800 view
view Patent Etching Co. CER 1875-12-31 1825-01-01 mid 19th century (made) 1896 (made) Rummer, England (possibly Sheffield), possibly made by the Patent Etching Co., 1860-1880,... Height: 12.7 cm, Height: 15.4 cm Glass, room 131 8552 The glass with its etched decoration is a mass-produced product. It was 'personalised' at the... 2014-08-29T19:46:54.000Z 2014-08-29T19:46:54.000Z 53.38311 Glass, room 131, case 78, shelf 4 -1.464544 'East End Industrial Exhibition' etched, 'Grace' engraved Etched and engraved glass CIRC.678-1968 circ6781968 O7136 Rummer true Sheffield 3 VA rummer-patent-etching-co 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1875 1825 view
view Wigfull, Henry MET Given by Stuart Durant 1901-12-31 1901-01-01 1901 (design registered) Knife and spoon for serving pie (in a presentation case) [Knife, Pie] Length: 28.5 cm, Width: 4 cm, Depth: 2.5 cm [Spoon] Length: 23.8 cm, Width: 6.1 cm, Depth: 2.5 cm British Galleries, room 125b Designed and probably manufactured by Henry Wigfull, Sheffield 9000 British Galleries: The pie knife and spoon were produced for serving specific foods such as fruit... 2014-08-29T19:48:54.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:54.000Z 53.38311 British Galleries, room 125b, case 2 -1.464544 Marked with a design registration number. Registered mark Rd 378435 Electroplated nickel silver CIRC.1044 to B-1967 circ10441967 O78013 Pie knife and spoon true Sheffield Object Type This knife has a double-sided blade with a central, raised motif which joins the... 3 VA pie-knife-and-wigfull-henry 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1901 1901 view
view Unknown Angus Patterson, "A Timely Acquisition: The V&A's Matthew Boulton Pattern Book, ca. 1779",... MET 1923-12-31 1923-01-01 1923 (made) Copper ingot with silver sheet before firing Height: 7 cm, Width: 6 cm, Depth: 4.5 cm British Galleries, room 118e Possibly made in Sheffield or Birmingham 9024 British Galleries: In the second stage of production sheet silver was placed on the copper ingot... 2014-08-29T19:49:00.000Z 2014-08-29T19:49:00.000Z 53.38311 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -1.464544 Copper alloyed with lead and zinc; sheet silver and iron wire CIRC.297B-1923 circ2971923 O78041 Ingot true Sheffield made as a display sample Object Type This is a demonstration sample of a Sheffield plate ingot at the stage just prior to... 2 VA ingot-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1923 1923 view
view Unknown MET 1923-12-31 1923-01-01 1923 (made) Height: 7 cm, Width: 6.2 cm, Depth: 4.4 cm British Galleries, room 118e Possibly made in Sheffield or Birmingham 9025 British Galleries: Fused or Sheffield plate was made by plating copper with a thin sheet of... 2014-08-29T19:49:00.000Z 2014-08-29T19:49:00.000Z 53.38311 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -1.464544 Copper alloyed with lead and zinc CIRC.298A-1923 circ2981923 O78042 Copper ingot true Sheffield made as a display sample Object Type This is a demonstration sample of a Sheffield plate ingot at the stage just prior to... 2 VA copper-ingot-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1923 1923 view
view Unknown MET 1925-12-31 1925-01-01 1925 (made) Copper block with silver fused on (Sheffield Plate ingot), Sheffield, ca. 1925 Height: 7 cm, Width: 6 cm, Depth: 4.5 cm British Galleries, room 118e Possibly made in Sheffield or Birmingham 9052 British Galleries: The copper ingot and wired-on silver were put in a coke-fired furnace and... 2014-08-29T19:49:06.000Z 2014-08-29T19:49:06.000Z 53.38311 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -1.464544 Copper alloyed with lead and zinc, plated with silver CIRC.475:2-1925 circ4751925 O78070 Ingot true Copper ingot with fused silver after firing Sheffield made as a display sample Object Type This is a demonstration sample of a Sheffield plate ingot at the stage just prior to... 2 VA ingot-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1925 1925 view
view 2006am8669 jpg s Maden MET 1657-12-31 1657-01-01 1657 (made) Height: 13.2 cm, Width: 3 cm maximum, at hinge, Depth: 1.5 cm British Galleries, room 56d 9265 British Galleries: BOX, PEN-CASE AND SEALING-WAX CASE<br> A Sheffield craftsman named Madin or... 2014-08-29T19:50:07.000Z 2014-08-29T19:50:07.000Z 53.38311 British Galleries, room 56d, case 3 -1.464544 Inscribed 'I was in Sheffeid made & many can Witness: I was not made by any man'; one end... Brass, with engraved decoration M.118-1930 m1181930 O78429 Sealing wax case true Sheffield 2006AM8669 Dated 1657 Object Type This brass case was made to contain sealing-wax, which was used in the past with a... 3 VA sealing-wax-case-maden 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1657 1657 view
view 2006am8969 jpg s Unknown MET Bequeathed by Mrs A. L. Bram Stoker 1794-12-31 1785-01-01 ca. 1790 (made) Height: 21.59 cm, Width: 17.14 cm British Galleries, room 118e Made in Sheffield 9272 British Galleries: Toast racks, also known as 'toast machines', first appeared in the 1780s as... 2014-08-29T19:50:10.000Z 2014-08-29T19:50:10.000Z 53.38311 British Galleries, room 118e, case 8 -1.464544 Sheffield plate (copper plated with silver) M.122-1937 m1221937 O78436 Toast rack true Sheffield 2006AM8969 Object Type Toast racks, designed to hold a selection of toast on the breakfast table, appeared... 3 VA toast-rack-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1794 1785 view