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MAPPIN & WEBB'S [ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF THEIR MANUFACTURES. London Show Rooms].

Manufacturers of electro-silver plate, sterling silver, and fine cutlery. 76, 77, & 78, Oxford Street, W. and at the Mansion House Buildings, City. E. C. Manufactory and Show Rooms, The Royal Cutlery & Plate Works. Sheffield. Date of issue: 1875.

De 26,5x17 cm. Com 72 págs.

Encadernação cartonada do editor, com lombada em percalina.

Exemplar apresenta-se com a folha de rosto com oxidação devida à qualidade do papel; leves picos de humidade; e uma pequena falha no canto inferior direito da capa anterior, com leve perda do quadrilongo em grega decorativa, no entanto recuperável.

Este catálogo de 1875 - um dos primeiros registos deste importante fabricante de cutelarias e fornecedor inglês da casa real britânica - é raríssimo e anterior aos primeiros registos conhecidos em 1889.

As cutelarias fabricadas eram essencialmente em níquel revestido por electrólise num banho de prata (dita casquinha) com as peças completadas em cristal, marfim, ébano e outras madeiras exóticas. Neste catálogo incluem-se: gravações de monogramas e heráldica; facas, garfos e faqueiros completos dentro do respectivo estojo; terrinas, cloches e molheiras; saleiros e pimenteiros; travessas com pegas em marfim; galheteiros e almoçadeiras aos estilos europeu e oriental; copeiros de transporte, bules e samovares; chaleiras, leiteiras e manteigueiras; potes e urnas ao estilo clássico; salvas e caixas para biscoitos; cestos em casquinha para pão e bolos; jarros para vinho em cristal e casquinha; açucareiros e caixas para marmelada; pinças, funis, tesouras, castiçais, lamparinas, tostadeiras; canecas, tinteiros, e caixas para Jóias e para guardar as pratas; etc.

Segundo o website actual desta empresa:  «In 1864 Mappin, Webb & Co was formed, the very year that George Webb was to die. "Mappin & Webb Ltd " was first recorded in 1889, and at this stage the business was focused on manufacturing based in Sheffield».

 Dim.: 26.5x17 cm with 72 pp.

Binding: Editor’s hard cover with percaline spine.

Copy with foxing due to the type of paper; slight dump stains, and a small tare at the bottom right corner of the front cover, with a slight loss of the decorative frame but recoverable.

This catalogue is dated 1875, one of the first records of this important English cutlery manufacturer, supplier of the British royal family. It is very rare and precedes the first known records of 1889.

The cutlery produced was mainly made of nickel coated through electrolysis with silver, with the pieces finished with crystal, ivory, ebony, or other exotic wood.

This catalogue includes: monogram and heraldic engravings; knifes, forks, and boxed complete sets of cutlery; pie dishes and gravy boats; salt and pepper shakers; platters with ivory handles; cruets and mugs (European and Eastern styles); tea pots and samovars; kettles, milk jugs and butter dishes; classic pots and urns; platters and biscuit boxes; silver coated baskets for bread and cakes; crystal and silver coated wine jars; sugar bowls and marmalade containers; tweezers; funnels; scissors; candlesticks; lamps; toasters; mugs; inkwells; and jewellery boxes, among others.

According to the present website of this company:  «In 1864 Mappin, Webb & Co was formed, the very year that George Webb was to die. "Mappin & Webb Ltd " was first recorded in 1889, and at this stage the business was focused on manufacturing based in Sheffield».

 

Referência: 1810JC067
Local: M-12-B-50


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