Frederick Smythe Greenwood
Frederick Smythe Greenwood was a silversmith who worked in the style of Ramsden and Carr and was quite possibly trained by them. He registered his own FSG assay mark in 1910 but worked on his own for just two years. In 1912 he partnered with Watts and together they continued in the arts and crafts style, at least until the 1930's. Their workshop was based in Hampstead, London
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FREDERICK SMYTHE GREENWOOD SILVERSMITH
Silver Stone-Set Arts and Crafts Fruit Bowl in Ramsden and Carr style
This is a wonderful heavy antique silver fruit bowl set with large, well coloured, green chrysoprase. The bowl is fully hallmarked for 1910 and was...
FREDERICK SMYTHE GREENWOOD SILVERSMITH Silver Stone-Set Arts and Crafts Fruit Bowl in Ramsden and Carr style
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