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Set of 8 Mappin Brothers Kings pattern A1 Silver Plated dinner forks

Product Description
Set of 8 Mappin Brothers Kings pattern A1 Silver Plated dinner forks

A timeless design, by one of the world's most well regarded cutlers

c.1870

Approx 20.8cms (8 1/4") long

In excellent condition relative to age

About Mappin Brothers
Mappin & Webb is a leading retailer of fine silverware and jewellery based in London and is renown as a purveyor of luxury goods holding Royal Warrants to Queen Elizabeth II and the Prince of Wales. The firm started in 1774 when Jonathan Mappin opened his first silversmith workshop in Sheffield, entering his mark in 1775. His reputation for quality grew and as the business expanded, he was given Freedom of the Cutlers Company in 1780. Mappin’s sons and grandsons continued the business, and it was his four great grandsons who incorporated the business as Mappin Brothers Ltd around 1845. In 1849, they opened their first retail shop in Fore Street, London and this was quickly joined by two more in Moorgate and King William Street. However, as the business grew, each of the brothers took their own path. The eldest brother William was knighted and he left Mappin Brothers handing his shares over to the remaining three brothers. The youngest brother, John, also left Mappin Brothers and set up his own business Mappin & Company opening his first store in 1860 in Oxford Street. John invited his brother-in-law to join him in 1864 but George Webb died just as Mappin, Webb & Co was formed, with Mappin and Webb being formed in 1889 [items marked Mappin Brothers will pre-date Mappin and Webb formation]


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