AC Silver are pleased to offer a fine range of antique silver pieces produced by Atkin Brothers.
The history of the Atkin Brothers is long and complex, with numerous partnerships, takeovers and company name changes over its two century course.
The Atkin Brothers business traces its origin to Thomas Law, a silversmith active in Sheffield from 1750 until 1775. He was one of the only two firms combining the trades of cutlers and general silversmiths.
The firm opened their offices in London, managed by Harry Wright Atkin, and in 1925 became Atkin Brothers Ltd. Atkin Brothers took over the firm of Thomas Bradbury and Sons in the 1940s.
Atkin Brothers, Elkingtons, Gladwins, Mappin and Webb, and Walker & Hall all became part of British Silverware Ltd in 1963. This business was discontinued in 1971.
If you are particularly interested in collecting sterling silver pieces by the Atkin Brothers but you can't find a suitable item below, please contact us and we will do our best to help find that perfect piece.