Arts and Crafts planished capstan shaped bowl assayed in London in 1914 by the renowned silversmiths Guild : Guild of Handicrafts.

Guild of Handicrafts silver bowl London 1914

£580.00Price
  • Arts and Crafts planished capstan shaped bowl assayed in London in 1914 by the renowned silversmiths Guild : Guild of Handicrafts.

    The Guild of Handicrafts was founded by Charles Ashbee in London in 1888 and moved to Chipping Campden in the heart of the Gloucester countryside in 1902. Later in 1912 the Guild was managed by George Hart, then his son Henry and today his grandson David. It is still renowned for its hand made quality silverware.

    The bowl measures inches across and is approximately 3 inches high. It weighs 222 grams which is approximately 7 Troy ounces. It is in excellent condition with a full set of English hallmarks for sterling silver.

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