William Hutton established his Birmingham-based silversmiths in 1800. Achieving a prevalance in the industry, the firm moved to Sheffield in 1832. After William Huttons death, his son took over trading as William Hutton & Son. Following Carr Hutton's death, his sons in turn joined the business, changing the name once more to William Hutton & Sons. In 1893 the company was acquired by Rupert Favell & Co, and became a limited company - William Hutton & Sons Ltd. The firm continued until its bankruptcy in 1930, when it was absorbed by James Dixons & Sons. Spanning 130 years, this silversmithing legacy boasts a wide range of designs and styles in both silver and plated ware.
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