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    Posted 4 years ago

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    This is very interesting for me as an abstract flower - meets tadpole. Although the glass suffers from 2 straw flaws at front and side, I had to have it.
    It is in a ribbed clear glass with golden iridescence.
    It is 16.5cm high.

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    1. antiquerose antiquerose, 4 years ago
      ohhhhhhhhhhhh...Love it!! I see the Lion Passant on the mark and the London mart ( post 1820 ) least that is what it looks to me
    2. IanBrighton IanBrighton, 4 years ago is my main resource for hallmarks. I get you that the "m" doesn't show up too well but it does with a loupe. The makers mark is rubbed but likely to be JH Worrall Son & Co Ltd.
    3. Efesgirl Efesgirl, 4 years ago
      A Lion Passant for sterling silver. A leopard head for London (1895-1909). Where is the date letter? The mark next to the Lion Passant looks like three smoke stacks.

      JH Worrall Son & Co Ltd. were based in Birmingham, so not possible for the marks to be theirs. The mark for Birmingham is an anchor.

      Those hallmarks look hinky to me....
    4. IanBrighton IanBrighton, 4 years ago
      I have a number of JH Worrall Son & Co London hallmarked vases. I don't think they are the sorts of vases or maker that anyone in their right mind would try to fake. I could try one of the London guild libraries for their records - maybe in retirement!
      Hinky is an interesting word. Not sure I've heard that one before!
    5. Efesgirl Efesgirl, 4 years ago
      The mark referenced on your link shows a hallmark for Birmingham for JH Worrall and that was what I was going by. There still must be a date letter mark and there isn't one shown in the photo here.

      The very last mark on this page shows the maker mark for JH Worrall, Son & Co.
    6. Efesgirl Efesgirl, 4 years ago
      LOL! Hinky = suspect/unreliable
    7. IanBrighton IanBrighton, 4 years ago
      I must remember that for Scrabble!! I must say, I hadn't looked into it, but suspect that some of the regional silversmiths had London branches. I didn't think more of it. I agree, that my favoured website has them as a Birmingham maker, but I think that's mistaken. I do intend to go to London at some point and look up Henry Perkins & Sons, David Loebl, Worrall.
      So if I am wrong in my assumption, I will post it here first! ;-)
    8. Efesgirl Efesgirl, 4 years ago
      I will be curious to see what you find out, especially since there does not seem to be a date letter mark.
    9. antiquerose antiquerose, 4 years ago
      I can not recall but somewhere in the back of my mind ( and that is going....LOL ) I thought their was a mark that came into effect in a certain time -- as that is why you see some things with 4 hallmarks -- and some with 5. I know I read something about that but it was a long time ago. Was it the date mark so a Tax could be applied or something???

      Sorry, I can not recall but it was something i had found out when I was researching the 1750 sterling Silver Fork/knife set in our family ( Posted here on CW ).

      I had also contacted Victoria & albert in London both by mail, and by Phone when I was researching those of ours ( even with the time difference ) -- so it was a long time ago -- but it was something like a Tax and the mark was for that....??

      ??? ?? Then again maybe I am out of it today in the Heat !!
    10. IanBrighton IanBrighton, 4 years ago
      There is a date letter mark "m" for 1907. :-D
    11. IanBrighton IanBrighton, 4 years ago
      @Rose - there are Victorian and prior marks which can include the monarch's head.
    12. courtenayantiques courtenayantiques, 4 years ago
      beautiful piece!
      JH Worrall is listed under the London Index also
      Rose, you are right, the other mark was for tax/duty and a monarch head as Ian said.
    13. Efesgirl Efesgirl, 4 years ago
      Where's the "m" ? You don't mean those three smokestacks, do you? Help an old lady out, lol!

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