In 1849 the firm opened their first London showroom at 17 Fore Street.
1912 MAPPIN & WEBB Sold An excellent quality antique sterling silver clock with an 8 day French movement.
All pieces matching Sheffield 1961, maker Mappin & Webb.
A delightful model of a battered old tramp’s boot with a hinged lid at the top with provision for a spoon.
1910 to 1916 MAPPIN & WEBB Sold An excellent set of antique sterling silver cutlery in the popular Kings pattern. Total 84 pieces including 2 sets of silver handled knives.
Some Hostess items from the Sheffield factory are now produced in the EPSS version.
The major practical difference between EPNS and EPSS is that EPNS is much more readily re-plateable in the future when the silver has worn down. 1906 MAPPIN & WEBB Sold A very smart plain styled antique silver and glass desk piece with a silver cased pocket watch inset within the lid. The top has an articulated hinge so that, when open, the watch can be positioned either at the front or back of the fitting. Length 20 cms from the tip of the feelers to the back of the glass. Usually made by Mappin and Webb with full marks to the base of the wings and body. Very stylish silver plated cocktail shaker designed by Keith Murray for Mappin and Webb with the trademark geometric rings. Height 8 cms high Width 9 cms at the back of the wing. The mark on the bottom of the dish is " MAPPIN & WEBB Ltd".only three arms instead of four --over "PRINCE'S PLATE " --over "Rc ".Jonathan Mappin opened a silver cutlery workshop in Sheffield in 1775. Weight 4049 grams, 130 troy ounces (excluding the knives). Circa 1870 MAPPIN & WEBB Sold A large antique cutlery tray with plain style and bead border.