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Alveston canteen

Superb 50 piece 6 person canteen of satin finish Alveston cutlery in the special mahogany and rosewood box designed by Robert Welch specifically for Alveston.

Introduced in 1964 and running through very successfully until Old Hall closed down in 1984, this one is from 1977 as per the dated Old Hall “Care” leaflet supplied with it.

All in excellent condition, with just a few minor blemishes on the box which in no way detract from the overall appearance.

Retail price in 1984 was 358.00, which scales up to 1,130 at today’s prices using the RPI.

Price = 650.00 plus 30.00 p/p

Connaught 3 piece tea set 1.5pt satin

“Connaught” 1.1/2 pint satin finish three piece tea set, registered design number 879702.

Designed by Leslie Wiggin in 1959, the Connaught was by far Old Hall’s most popular tea set, running through for 25 years until the company closed down in 1984.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 20.00 plus 6.00 p/p

Dumpy sugar dredger V1

Dumpy sugar dredger, first version.

Faceted top, with knob.

1953-62, stamped Olde Hall, bright finish.

Very good condition.

Price = 12.50 plus 3.50 p/p

Dumpy sugar dredger V2

Dumpy sugar dredger, second version.

Plain top, no knob.

This version is a modification by Robert Welch in 1962 of the original 1953 design and ran very successfully until Old Hall closed down in 1984.

Stamped Old Hall, satin finish.

Very good condition.

Price = 12.50 plus 3.50 p/p

Stirling tea set

“Stirling” 1.3/4 pint four piece tea set, registered design number 940182.

Old Hall’s only two-tone tea set, the satin finish body being complemented by bright finish trim i.e. handle, knob and lid rim, with the sugar bowl and cream jug having a bright rim at the top of the body.

Introduced in 1969 and ran through very successfully until Old Hall closed down in 1984.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 35.00 plus 7.50 p/p

Lichfield coffee set

“Lichfield” 1.1/2 pint satin finish three piece coffee set.

1963-71, stamped Old Hall.

Named after the knob being similar to the spires on Lichfield cathedral!

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 20.00 plus 6.00 p/p

Dorchester tea set

“Dorchester” 2 pint bright finish four piece tea set.

1953-59, stamped Olde Hall, very rare.

Derived from the pre-war “Warwick”.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 45.00 plus 7.50 p/p

Promotional Hot Water Jug

Promotional 2 pint satin finish hot water jug.

This is a hybrid model from the early 1970s, based on the Cumberland and Connaught designs and very similar to what was made specifically for Robertson’s Marmalade and Boots the Chemists. Unfortunately, it is not known who this particular model was made for.

Stamped BRITISH MADE 18/8 STAINLESS STEEL, which is the only known example of this mark on an Old Hall item.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 5.00 plus 3.50 p/p

Cake basket 12 sided part-hammered

Very rare twelve-sided cake basket, with folding Pembroke handle and partly-hammered base.

 Beaded edge, 9” across flats, bright finish.

Only produced in 1947, from stock of pre-war parts, before the number of sides was reduced to eight;  the part-hammering of the base is a unique feature of this item.

 Stamped Olde Hall Stainless Steel.

 Beautifully repolished.

 Price = 10.00 plus 3.50 p/p

Tray - indent handles

Oval bright finish hammered tray, with wrapped edge, 14” x 10.1/2”.

With unusual indent handles, this was Old Hall’s only tray (together with the 16” x 12” version) having such handles.

1955-60, this one stamped Olde Hall.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 12.50 plus 3.50 p/p

Cake comport

Cake comport, 9” diameter, on tall 3” high base.

1953-60, stamped Olde Hall, bright finish.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 10.00 plus 3.50 p/p

Warwick tea set

“Warwick” 2 pint four piece tea set, Old Hall’s only hammered finish tea set.

Introduced in 1935 and running with various design modifications until 1964, this one being c1950.

Carries the 434216 and 482455 patent stamps for the staycool handle and tubular spout respectively.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 50.00 plus 7.50 p/p

Connaught three piece condiment set

“Connaught” three piece satin finish condiment set on oblong tray.

The three condiments were designed by Leslie Wiggin as part of the Connaught range and ran very successfully from 1960 until Old Hall closed down in 1984.

A Robert Welch designed tray was added in 1964, making this the only Old Hall item with dual designers!

There was a special mustard spoon (a spade) for this set as shown in the photograph but this is very hard to get hold of;  the one with the set on offer is not this one but it does look the part until the proper one can be found!

Very good condition.

Price = 10.00 plus 3.50 p/p

Heirloom tea set early
Heirloom stamp

“Heirloom” 1.1/2 pint bright finish four piece tea set, registered design number 879702.

Designed by Leslie Wiggin, the Heirloom loose lid tea set was introduced in 1956 and was the forerunner of the hugely successful hinged lid Connaught tea set brought out three years later in 1959.  The Heirloom ran until 1969.

This particular Heirloom set is one of the early ones, having a double “Staycool” handle which was replaced by a single handle in 1962. The teapot is stamped Olde Hall (i.e. it is pre 1959) but the hot water jug is stamped Old Hall which dates it as post 1959.

The sugar bowl and cream jug both have the unique “Heirloom, another Olde Hall product” backstamp, the very early Heirloom tea sets being the only Old Hall items having their design name stamped on them.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 25.00 plus 7.50 p/p

Connaught bright tea set

“Connaught” 1.1/2 pint bright finish three piece tea set, registered design number 879702.

Designed by Leslie Wiggin in 1959, the Connaught was by far Old Hall’s most popular tea set, running through for 25 years until the company closed down in 1984.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 20.00 plus 6.00 p/p

Coniston 3 piece tea set

“Coniston” 1.1/2 pint satin finish three piece tea set.

Based on the long spout Connaught but with a teak handle and knob on the teapot.

One of Old Hall’s rarer tea sets, brought out in 1975 and running until 1981.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 27.50 plus 6.00 p/p

Soup bowl

Soup bowl, with cover.

4.1/4” diameter, bright finish.

1948-1975, this one is marked Old Hall and is therefore one of the later ones.

Beautifully repolished.

Price = 5.00 plus 3.50 p/p

Balmoral tea set satin

Majestic “Balmoral” 2 pint satin finish four piece tea set from the 1960s.

The Balmoral was designed by Leslie Wiggin in 1946, being an adaption of his 1938 Mayfair; it was always looked upon as being the “flagship” Old Hall tea set and ran for over 35 years until 1982.

All in exceptionally good condition.

Price = 60.00 plus 7.50 p/p

Cottage tea set c1950

Beautiful "Cottage" 1.1/2 pint mirror finish four piece tea set from the mid 1950s.

Designed by Mrs Nellie Wiggin in 1938, registered design number 828398. It was Mrs Wiggin who suggested to her husband William on the occasion of their silver wedding in 1928 that he ought to "make some silverware items out of Staybrite", which was how Old Hall began!

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 50.00 plus 7.50 p/p

Alveston condiment set

“Alveston” three piece condiment set, satin finish stainless steel and black plastic.

Designed by Robert Welch as part of the Alveston range and running very successfully from 1963 until 1980.

There was a special 2.5/8” long, parallel sided mustard spoon with a round bowl for this set which is extremely hard to get hold of;  the one with this set as shown is not the right one but at least it looks the part until a proper one can be found!

Very good condition.

Price = 15.00 plus 3.50 p/p

Heirloom tea set

“Heirloom” 1.1/2 pint satin finish four piece tea set, registered design 879702.

Designed by Leslie Wiggin, it was introduced in 1956 and this loose lid set was the forerunner of the hinged lid Connaught brought out three years later in 1959.

The Heirloom ran until 1969, this being one of the later ones marked Old Hall.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 25.00 plus 7.50 p/p

Water jug 2pt

2 pint Water Jug, with strainer, satin finish.

Made 1980-84 for the catering trade only, so very rare.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 10.00 plus 3.50 p/p

Alveston 4 piece tea set

Superb "Alveston" 1.3/4 pint satin finish four piece tea set, arguably Old Hall's most collectable item.

Designed by Robert Welch in 1964 and thereafter made in small quantities until Old Hall closed down in 1984.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 200.00 plus 10.00 p/p

Folding Cake Stand

GIANT floor standing three tier Folding Cake Stand.

Bodiam frame, 34” tall, with double strip supports for added strength.

Designed by William Wiggin in 1934 for a garden party given by his wife Nellie.

Marked with PRO. PAT. (Provisional Patent) 17382, relating to the folding mechanism developed by Wilfred Wiggin, which was subsequently granted and given Patent Number 421472 in December 1934, along with an Olde Hall STAYBRITE backstamp.

Extremely rare, only a few made, not catalogued.

Very good condition.

Unfortunately there are no plates with it but the photo shows what it looks like with 10” stainless steel plates (pottery ones can also be used).

Price = 100.00 plus 15.00 p/p

Folding cake stand

Two tier Folding Cake Stand.

Bodiam frame, 8” hexagonal plates with beaded edge, 11.1/2” tall, patent 421472.

Brought out in 1934 and ran until 1978, this being one of the later ones marked Old Hall.

Beautifully repolished.

Price = 17.50 plus 5.50 p/p

Cake Basket

Late 1930s cake basket, with folding Pembroke handle.

Twelve sided, before the number of sides was reduced to eight after the war.

Beaded edge, 9” across flats, bright finish.

Marked Olde Hall Staybrite.

Beautifully repolished.

Price = 15.00 plus 3.50 p/p

Balmoral Biscuit Barrel

“Balmoral” Biscuit Barrel, bright finish, 1949 – 1960.

Designed by Leslie Wiggin, to accompany the Balmoral tea set; a very rare Olde Hall item.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 35.00 plus 5.00 p/p

Cottage cream jug

Original version of the “Cottage” bright finish 3/8 pint cream jug from 1938; note the absence of a foot which was only for a year before a foot was added in 1939 and this continued until the Cottage was withdrawn in 1959.

Marked Olde Hall Staybrite Steel.

Very rare!

Beautifully repolished.

Price = 5.00 plus 3.50 p/p

Campden coffee set

“Campden” three piece 1 pint coffee set, satin finish, one of Robert Welch’s earliest designs for Old Hall from 1957, fitted with teak handles and knobs, and running until 1974.

The left hand pot is for milk and the right hand one is for coffee, the sugar bowl perfectly matching the two pots; all three have the Old Hall Robert Welch backstamp.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 50.00 plus 7.50 p/p

Condiment set S1862-2

Condiment set on triangular tray, complete with original mustard spoon.

Salt and pepper pots 1.3/4” tall, mustard pot 1.1/2” tall.

1957-64, stamped Old Hall.

Very good condition.

Price = 15.00 plus 3.50 p/p

Christening cup

Christening Cup, can also be used as a child’s mug.

3” tall, bright finish.

1957-1976, this one is marked Old Hall and is therefore one of the later ones.

Beautifully repolished.

Price = 7.50 plus 3.50 p/p

Soda syphon holder

Very rare Olde Hall bright finish Soda Syphon Holder from the mid 1950s.

5” diameter x 5.1/2” tall.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 15.00 plus 3.50 p/p

p.s. Ideal for holding kitchen utensils!

Warwick teapot

“Warwick” 2 pint teapot, the Warwick being Old Hall’s only hammered finish teapot.

First brought out in 1935 and running, with various design modifications, until 1964.

This one is marked Olde Hall and is from the 1950s.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 27.50 plus 3.50 p/p

Casserole stand

“Conway” round casserole stand from the 1950s, complete with Pyrex dish and cover.

Hammered finish, Bodiam handles, 8” diameter, bright finish.

Beautifully repolished.

Price = 15.00 plus 3.50 p/p

Connaught tea set satin

“Connaught” 1.1/2 pint satin finish four piece tea set, registered design number 879702.

Designed by Leslie Wiggin in 1959, the Connaught was by far Old Hall’s most popular tea set, running through for 25 years until the company closed down in 1984.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 27.50 plus 7.50 p/p

Sandon tea set

“Sandon” 1.1/2 pint satin finish teapot, registered design number 948081, as shown here on the right as part of the tea set.

One of Old Hall’s rarer designs, brought out in 1970 and running until 1977.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 16.00 plus 3.50 p/p

Staffordshire Enamel Kingfisher
Staffordshire Enamels logo

Old Hall/Staffordshire Enamels, single picture, Kingfisher.

Hand painted, 1.5/8” diameter, mounted on black velvet in a 4” square gold finish frame.

1979-1982.

Mint condition.

Price = 12.50 plus 3.50 p/p

Staffordshire Enamel Chaffinch and Blue Tit
Staffordshire Enamels logo

Old Hall/Staffordshire Enamels, double picture, Chaffinch and Blue Tit.

Hand painted, 1.5/8” diameter, mounted on black velvet in a 6.1/2” x 4” gold finish frame.

1979-1982

Mint condition.

Price = 20.00 plus 3.50 p/p

Oval Cake Basket

Oval Cake Basket, 10” x 7.1/2”, on foot, folding handle, fluted bowl, beaded edge, bright finish.

Late 1930s, marked Olde Hall Staybrite Steel.

Beautifully repolished.

Price = 20.00 plus 5.00 p/p

Sandon tea set

“Sandon” 2 pint satin finish four piece tea set, registered design number 948081.

One of Old Hall’s rarer tea sets, brought out in 1970 and running until 1977.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 30.00 plus 7.50 p/p

Cumberland tea set

“Cumberland” 3/4 pint bright finish four piece tea set from the 1960s.

The Cumberland was Old Hall’s longest running tea set, introduced in 1948 and running for 36 years until Old Hall closed down in 1984.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 25.00 plus 7.50 p/p

Balmoral tea set bright

Majestic “Balmoral” 2 pint bright finish four piece tea set from the 1960s.

The Balmoral was designed by Leslie Wiggin in 1946, being an adaption of his 1938 Mayfair; it was always looked upon as being the “flagship” Old Hall tea set and ran for over 35 years until 1982.

All in very good condition.

Price = 50.00 plus 7.50 p/p

Connaught Set

“Connaught” 2 pint bright finish four piece tea set, registered design number 879702.

Designed by Leslie Wiggin in 1959, the Connaught was by far Old Hall’s most popular tea set, running through for 25 years until the company closed down in 1984.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 30.00 plus 7.50 p/p

Clifton tea set

Please note this offer does not include the tray

“Clifton” 1.3/4 pint four piece tea set, registered design number 940182.

The “Clifton” is an adaptation of the “Stirling”, Old Hall’s only two-tone tea set which has a satin finish body complemented by bright finish trim i.e. handle, knob and lid rim, with the sugar bowl and cream jug both having a bright finish rim at the top of the body; in addition to this, the “Clifton” has a copper ring set into the lid of the teapot and hot water jug.

Very rare, only being produced in 1973 and 1974.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 50.00 plus 7.50 p/p

Sandon tea set

“Sandon” 1.1/2 pint satin finish four piece tea set, registered design number 948081.

One of Old Hall’s rarer tea sets, brought out in 1970 and running until 1977.

Repolished to a very high standard.

Price = 27.50 plus 7.50 p/p

For more information, please contact the Old Hall Club.

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