During its retailing period (to 1905), Charles Horners sold a wide range of hallmarked silverware including, boxes, flatware (e.g., cutlery), menu holders, mirrors, pencil cases, special commissions, stamp cases and tableware, including napkin rings. Once the factory was in full production and its retailing outlets had closed, the Charles Horner business seems to have concentrated more on jewellery. However, we do have evidence that it produced some items of silverware, such as bookmarks, boxes, flatware and tableware. In addition to its own production, the company added products from other sources to its trade catalogues which are reproduced in the book.
A selection from the illustrations in the Book Charles Horner of Halifax is shown on this page.
For more information about Charles Horner and the business, click on History