Antique sterling silver pair of salt/pepper grinders
Made in England, Birmingham, 1936
The mechanism has been made in France.
Maker: Hukin & Heath Ltd
The firm, active as manufacturing silversmiths and electroplaters, was established in Birmingham in 1855. In 1875 the firm entered its mark in Birmingham Assay Office, while in 1879 the founders Jonathan Wilson Hukin and John Thomas Heath entered their mark in London Assay Office.
J.T. Hukin retired in 1881 and in 1886 J.T. Heath continued the partnership with John Hartsghorne Middleton.
In 1904 the business was converted into a limited liability company under the style Hukin & Heath Ltd. The firm went out of business in 1953.
Size: Diameter x height: 5 x 8 cm
Total Weight: 261 grams
Condition: General usage, age related wear and tear, interior has rust marks, one of the grinders has a minor ding, shown in pictures, otherwise in good working condition.
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- Ancienne paire de moulins à sel / poivre
- Argent 925
- Hukin & Heath Ltd
- Période estimée
- Pays d’origine
- Bon état - Utilisé, présentant de petites traces de vieillissement
- 261 g