Arthur Nevill Kirk, a silversmith from Hampstead, England was persuaded by George Gough Booth to come to Detroit and teach at the Detroit Society of Arts and Crafts. In addition, Kirk worked part-time designing ecclesiastical pieces for Christ Church Cranbrook. In 1929, he was appointed head of the Silver Shop at the Academy of Art, a position which he held until 1933. This collection highlights his work, both at Cranbrook as well as commissioned pieces. The images come from several collections related to Arthur Nevill Kirk. NOTE: The images you see above only represent a fraction of the collection. Please use the "browse" or "search" features in order to view additional images in the collection. "Advance search" will help you narrow your search.