From our inventory antique silver
The Atkin Brothers consisted of Henry, Edward and Frank. They took over after the death of your father, Henry Atkin, the Spoon Making Company. The Atkin brothers made a variety of high quality silver objects. The brothers' initials were used on plated dishes from 1853 to 1958. They had a sales office in London, where they also entered silver markings. The company was acquired in 1958 by CJ Vander.
Unique pair of nutshells from Sheffield / England in sterling silver. Octagonal shape with stand base, rounded corners and strongly wavy flag. Marked, manufactured by the silver manufactory Atkin Brothers in Sheffield in 1905.
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