In addition to Royal Warrants, Mappin and Webb are the Crown Jeweller.
The was produced just after the end of World War II, silver was very cheap, items from this period are often heavy and superb quality.
Note - we have other matching items with the Marais Family armorial.
Moses Brent was freed in 1770 as a haft-maker, he worked until 1817.
Grimwade, in his book London Goldsmiths 1697-1837, states "Brent had a virtual monop...
The hallmarks are very clear, including makers mark D&J W, for Daniel & John Wellby, who worked between 18 from Garrick Street, London.
The Marais family coat of arms is described as "Azure, a chain sable fesswise, in chief a crescent reversed and a base of two hills vert" - Pama, Heraldry of South African Families, page 53, depicted on Plate 18, no 280, of the Bell Krynauw Collection.