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American Sterling Silver Small Bowl

  • New York, circa 1950 by Michael Fina
  • Dimensions: 3 1/4 inches height, 6 inches diameter

Sterling Silver dinnerware has a prestigious history, and sterling silver bowls are among the most frequently used items. In addition to their practical use at the dinner table, the shape and beauty of sterling silver bowls make them decorative objects.

As one of the most recognizable silver items in America, the Paul Revere Bowl shape was made famous by the early American silversmith. It dates back to the American colonial times, when Boston patriot Paul Revere first created this piece. Since then, it has become a tradition and today remains one of the most popular items for either engraving, gift-giving and even corporate awards.

An elegant and vintage American Sterling Silver Small Bowl in an iconic form. It is designed in a classic form and is a reproduction of a Paul Revere Bowl. Residing on a circular foot, this Bowl also has a thread edge rim. One may consider engraving this timeless and classical piece in order to personalize it and make it even more special.

Our Vintage American Sterling Silver Small Bowl is marked on the underside ‘Fina 116 Exemplar Paul Revere 1768 Bowl’ and it is in excellent condition.

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