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An English Double Locking Decanter Set made by Hukin & Heath, Circa 1900.

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An English Double Locking Decanter Set made by Hukin & Heath, Circa 1900. Daniels Antiques
An English Double Locking Decanter Set made by Hukin & Heath, Circa 1900. Daniels Antiques
An English Double Locking Decanter Set made by Hukin & Heath, Circa 1900. Daniels Antiques
An English Double Locking Decanter Set made by Hukin & Heath, Circa 1900. Daniels Antiques

An English Double Locking Decanter Set made by Hukin & Heath, Circa 1900.

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An English Double Locking Decanter Set made by Hukin & Heath, circa 1900. How beautiful!
Here is a little bit of background of the makers, Th Firm of Hukin & Heath!
The firm of Hukin & Heath (1855-1953) was established by Jonathan Wilson Hukin and John Thomas Heath as manufacturing silversmiths and electroplaters. They entered silver marks in London in 1879, by which time they had established showrooms at 19 Charterhouse Street, Holborn (J.Culme, ‘The Directory of Gold & Silversmiths, Jewellers and Allied Traders 1838-1914’, Woodbridge 1987, 1, 243). The firm’s collaboration with Dresser was noted by ‘The Art Journal’, 1879, 222: the showrooms were described as ‘redolent of art’, while the art works were produced without increasing the cost, exhibiting ‘grace combined with the useful, simplicity and purity of form with readiness of application to the purposes to which they are to be applied’. 
Christopher Dresser (4 July 1834 in Glasgow – 24 November 1904 in Mulhouse) was a designer and design theorist, now widely known as one of the first and most important, independent designers and was a pivotal figure in the Aesthetic Movement, and a major contributor to the allied Anglo-Japanese or Modern English style; both originated in England and had long-lasting international influence.

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