Newton School copper chamberstick
A copper chamberstick made by the Newton School of Metal Work, circa 1900.
This particular design appears in the Newton School design archive and is very much in the style of John, or Mary, Williams which dates it to around 1900.
The chamberstick has an ornately decorated chased handle which is riveted to the body of the chamberstick. The main body of the chamberstick has a foliate pattern in repousse with punched decoration to the edge.
A great example of an early piece by the School.
Dimensions: 10 3/4″ long by 6″ wide and 1 1/2″ high
Condition: Good. Some uneven spots to the patina. Very slightly misshapen at front two corners