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WP1/44688

American Sterling Silver Small Bowl

$395.00
  • Rhode Island, circa 1960 by Gorham
  • Dimensions: 3 1/2 inches high, 4 inches diameter

In Europe and in the United States, sterling silver dishes, including bowls, are associated with elegance. A silver bowl, whether contemporary or an antique, is a highly versatile piece that is suitable for most rooms in your home. Although there are many shapes, most often a silver bowl is circular. Bowls no matter what shape or size are quite often in demand. Sterling Silver Small Bowls are quite popular and can be used to hold many different objects such as jewelry, keys, flowers and food such as candy, nuts and chips.

A very attractive American Sterling Silver Bowl having the “Etruscan” design. This design was first produced in 1913 in both holloware and flatware. This pattern represents the Greco-Roman revival featuring a symmetrical design that includes a Greek key. First produced in 1913, it is easy to see that “Etruscan” silverware was a forerunner for the Art Deco designs that would follow.

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