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A Spoon, London 1911.
Philip Frederick Alexander worked from 28, Church Row, Hampstead in London, where he made silver and other metalwork. He married the painter, Frances Emma Bryan, there in 1898. By 1915, they had moved to Walberswick, Suffolk. Some Alexander pieces can be seen in the Southwold Museum.
|Height||15.40 cm||(6.06 inches)|
|Width||3.90 cm||(1.54 inches)|