Mid 19th. Century Brass, Ormolu and Ebony Tipstaff

£550.00

Circa1850 

A Victorian Parker Field & Sons brass tipstaff. With ribbed ebony handle and gilt crown finial, stamped with the makers name and 233 Holborn London,

Price: £550-00p.

Height: 7.5”, 19 cms / Width: 1.5”, 3.5 cms / Depth: 1.5”, 3.5 cms.

No: 11085

A Victorian Parker Field & Sons brass tipstaff. With ribbed ebony handle and gilt crown finial, stamped with the makers name and 233 Holborn London.

Circa1850 

Price: £550-00p.

Height: 7.5”, 19 cms / Width: 1.5”, 3.5 cms / Depth: 1.5”, 3.5 cms.

Note: Field & Sons was also founded in the eighteenth century, but in London, not Birmingham. In the 1794 Directory of London and Westminster & Borough of Southwark, the company was listed as Field & Parker, located at 233 High Holborn, London. According to a note from Chris Gower, the name of the company changed to Parker, Field & Sons from 1842 -1877, although their products were often marked just Field, 233 Holborn, London. From 1877-1883 the company relocated to 59 Lehman Street and the company name changed to Field & Sons. At this point the company seems to have gone out of business.

Delivery in the UK mainland is included in the marked price.

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