George V Sterling Silver Celtic Revival Bowl - Edward & Sons - 1915

£1,875

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Description: - A George V sterling silver Celtic Revival bowl, Glasgow, 1915.

The spot-hammered circular bowl is crafted with an upper band of Celtic knotwork, dragons, bosses and similarly decorated twin hoop handles, on a short column to domed foot, sitting on an oak plinth mounted with brass plaque inscribed with the dedication: 'PRESENTED TO MRS ROBERTSON, OF CARNBOOTH BY ONE WHO KNOWS WHAT DEVOTED AND UNWEARYING EFFORTS SHE HAS MADE ON BEHALF OF OUR WOUNDED HEROES DURING THE GREAT WAR JANUARY, 1917', further mounted with central ivorine plaque.

Assay: - .925 (Sterling Silver).

Period: - Early 20th century.

Date: - 1915.

Engraving: - The bowl is unengraved.

Maker: - George Edward & Sons.

Measurement: - 14.4cm (height) x 26.0cm (between handles) x 17.7cm (bowl diameter). 19.3cm in height when the bowl is sitting on the plinth.

Weight: - 873.0 grams.

Condition: - The bowl is in good condition. Light surface scratches commensurate with age. The bowl has no engravings or inscriptions. No splits, damage, or repairs. Please see photos for confirmation of condition.

Item No: - 2270_mct1.

Customs and import taxes: - Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. 

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