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Sheffield Baguette (click image) A classic French interpretation of the ribbed Rattail feature.

Aa/Az Ba/Bd Be/Bn Bo/Bz Ca/Cn Co/Cz Da/Dh Di/Dz Ea/Eo Ep/Ez Fa/Fh Fi/Fz Ga/Gn Go/Gz Ha/Hh Hi/Hz Ia/Jz Ka/Kz La/Lz Ma/Maq Mar/Mz Na/Nz Oa/Oz Pa/Pg Ph/Pz Qa/Rz Sa/Sh Si/Sz Ta/Uz Va/Vz Wa/Wh Wi/Wz Ya/Yz Za/Zz unk.#1 unk.#2 unk.#3 unk.#4 |THE STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO SILVERPLATE MARKS| |UK FIGURAL TRADE MARKS| |UK TRADE NAME DIRECTORY| |ALPHABETIC SYMBOLS| |SILVERPLATE PSEUDO HALLMARKS| |DATING UK PATENT MARKS| |OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE| |ELKINGTON DATE LETTERS| |WALKER & HALL DATE LETTERS| |MAPPIN & WEBB DATE LETTERS| |EPNS - EPBM| |BRITANNIA METAL| |UNIDENTIFIED SILVERPLATE MARKS| BARNETT HENRY ABRAHAMSBARNETT HENRY ABRAHAMS LTDLondon The business was established in c. The firm became Newmark, Abrahans & Goldshmidt (1871-1872), Barnett H. ARTIFICERS GUILDLondon Founded in 1901 by Nelson Dawson.

The firm was active at Buchanan St and later at Miller St, Glasgow.

ADIE BROTHERS LTDBirmingham The firm was incorporated in 1906 joining the firms of Mc Kewan & Adie (manufacturing jewellers, gold and silversmiths) and E. Active at Portland Works, 55 Arundel St, Sheffield (1898-1912). The firm, active in High St, Paisley, became Arthur & Fraser (1849), Arthur & Co (late 1850's) and Arthur & Co Ltd (1878).

It had manufacturing premises in Birmingham and London C. Listed at 7 Hatton Garden, (1893-1894) and 12 Bartlett's Buildings, London (1897-1900). ARTHUR & CO Ltd Glasgow (possibly) A retailer business started in 1837 by James Arthur.

A person who makes or sells cutlery is called a cutler.

The city of Sheffield in England has been famous for the production of cutlery since the 17th century and a train – the Master Cutler – running from Sheffield to London was named after the industry.

Developed from the traditional hand forging with the central rib (rat-tail) providing extra rigidity to the handle.

Available in; Stainless steel, Silver Plate, Sterling silver Sheffield Ribbon and Bow (click image) The delicate detail of this pattern has been appreciated by discerning diners for more than two centuries.

That's why the hallmarks are often squashed and distorted and become more easily rubbed and worn.

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