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English Silver Bowl on Stand

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  • London, 1926 by Crichton Brothers
  • Dimensions: Bowl - 3 1/2 inches high, 7 7/8 inches diameter Stand - 2 1/4 inches high, 4 7/8 inches diameter

Sterling silver dinner ware has a prestigious history, and silver bowls are one of the more frequently used as well as favorite items within a set. The shape and beauty of sterling silver bowls are great as being decorative objects as well as utilitarian. No matter what a size a bowl is, there are many uses for it such as holding flowers, fruit or even just being a decorative accessory.

A very elegant and unusual English Silver Bowl on a Stand. In general, bowls often reside on small pedestal feet in order to raise them off the table. One of the nice attributes about this particular piece is that the bowl can be on its stand or else displayed on its own. This bowl is quite simple and a monogram in the center of the piece would personalize it by making it even more special. The stand resides on three legs with a simple design. This 20th century English Silver Bowl on Stand has timeless beauty and will never go out of style.

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