Subsequently moved to 1 Percy Mews, Rathbone Place, then to 16 Silver Street, Golden Square, Soho, and to Beak Street, Regent Street. Additional premised were taken from circa 1903 at 54 Marshall Street, Soho.
The firm became William Comyns & Son in circa 1885 when sons Charles and Richard were admitted to the partnership. William Comyns died in January 1916. It is now one of the few surviving manufacturing silversmiths in London, with premises at Tower Street, London. Solid Silver encasing a cardboard matchbox inside that pushes out. Offered in fine old used condition.
We enclose a picture of a sterling hallmark chart proving the maker. Cash upon collection is welcome. Dimensions in Inches & Centimetres Approx. The item "Antique Sterling Silver Repousse Match Box By William Comyns & Son London" is in sale since Thursday, March 15, 2018. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Boxes".The seller is "bargaingardenantiques" and is located in CHESTER, Cheshire. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia, New Zealand, South africa.