Rare Antique (1919) Art Deco W H Haseler UK Hallmarked Sterling Silver Salt Pot

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Seller: santoor-uk (370) 100%, Location: Salford, Greater Manchester, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 283130885848 Rare Antique Art Deco ((1919) English William Hair Haseler Hallmarked Sterling Silver & Crystal 3.5”/9cm Salt Pot / Salt Shaker. Please browse all 12 photographs for size weight and condition as they are self explanatory. Marvellous rare antique item with a superb history. The Birmingham UK hallmark dates this item exactly to 1919 just after WWI during the reign of King George V (1910 – 1936). William Hair Haseler was born to John and Sarah Evett (Hair) Haseler in 1821/1822 in Birmingham, England. He married Elizabeth Rabone in 1851 and together they had six children. In 1870, Haseler founded the company, W. H. Haseler & Co., specializing in gold & silver work and jewelry. In 1875 Arthur Lasenby Liberty (1843-1917) started a small shop on the corner of Regent Street in London. Specializing in exotic goods from Japan and the Far East, his business thrived and he became a leading merchant to the upper classes, including famous members of the Pre-Raphaelite movement. The store soon became the most fashionable place to shop in London, featuring luxurious wares including fabrics, clothing, furniture, clocks, jewelry, wallpapers and decorative objects of all kinds. His efforts to promote the Art Nouveau style, with its depiction of leaves and flowers in flowing ornamental lines, were so influential that the term “Stile Liberty” became the accepted term for the style in Italy. William Haseler was a supplier Liberty of London the world famous department store on Great Marlborough Street in the West End of London selling luxury goods. During the 1890s, Liberty formed relationships with many leading English designers. In 1898, Liberty and Haseler created a formal partnership to launch the Cymric silver line under the title “Liberty and Co. (Cymric) Ltd.” using free lance designers. One of those designers, Archibald Knox (1864-1933), began designing for Liberty in 1899. He focused on the new Celtic design work for the Cymric range and its pewter counterpart, known as Tudric. Haseler was responsible for making many of Knox’s designs. Knox was a highly gifted designer and is largely credited with the success of Cymric silverware. He continued to design for Liberty until 1912. They also made the 'Tudric' pewter range for Liberty's. This association ended in 1926 but the firm continued to manufacture for the general retail trade moving in 1934 to 11 Warstone Lane, Birmingham where they were known as Haseler & Restall Ltd. William Hair Haseler died in December 1909 in Shropshire, but his company continued in partnership with Liberty until 1926. Haseler pieces can be found in the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and many other museums throughout England. . Composition: Solid Silver, Brand: W. H. Haseler - Birmingham UK, Product: Salt & Pepper Cellars/ Shakers, Age: 1900-1940, Pattern: George V Style, Style: Art Deco

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