GEORGE V SILVER BOWLS

I.Franks is pleased to offer a fine range of antique sterling silver Bowls from the George V period. All of our antique, George V silver Bowls can be purchased online, or from our shop in the London Silver Vaults and come with a certificate of authenticity, guaranteed by our membership of LAPADA. Please click on an image of any of the George V Bowls to see a larger picture.

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L5470: Sterling Silver Bowl

Hallmarked In 1934

Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1934 by John Round & Son Ltd., this handsome, Sterling Silver bowl, is in the Art Deco taste, standing on 3 fin style feet. The bowl measures 3.25"(8cm) tall, by 6"(15cm) wide, by 6"(15cm) deep, and weighs 7 troy ounces. 

£775

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L2069: Sterling Silver Arts & Crafts Bowl

Hallmarked In 1927

Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1927 by A. E. Jones, this charming, Sterling Silver Bowl, is in the Arts & Crafts style, featuring a hand hammered oval body, ball feet and Celtic knot pierced borders around the base and rim. The bowl measures 3"(7.5cm) tall, by 5"(12.5cm) wide, by 4"(10cm) deep and weighs 5.8 troy ounces.

£795

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L4805: Sterling Silver Arts & Crafts Bowl On Stand

Hallmarked In 1924

Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1924 by Connell, this wonderful Sterling Silver Bowl on Stand, is in the Arts & Crafts taste with naturalistic decoration throughout, and standing on a wooden base. The bowl on stand measures 9.75"(24.5cm) tall (7.75"(20cm) tall without the base) by 9.25"(23.5cm) in diameter, and the silver weighs 30.9 troy ounces.

£3,975

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L5883: Sterling Silver Replica Of The Ardagh Chalice

Hallmarked In 1914

Hallmarked in Dublin in 1914 by West & Son, this handsome, Antique Sterling Silver Replica of the Ardagh Chalice, is decorated with Celtic bands and enamelled studs. The chalice measures 6.5"(16.5cm) tall, by 10.25"(26cm) wide, by 7.75"(19.5cm) deep, and weighs 42.5 troy ounces. The Ardagh Chalice is considered to be one of the greatest treasures of the early Irish Church, and one of the finest known works of Insular art. It is thought to have been made in the 8th Century AD, and was discovered in 1868 by Jim Quin & Paddy Flanagan just outside the village of Ardagh in County Limerick, Ireland.

£5,975

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L4503: Sterling Silver Arts & Crafts Jardiniere

Hallmarked In 1928

Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1928 by Mappin & Webb, this striking, Sterling Silver Jardiniere, is in the Arts & Crafts taste, and features an applied enamelled plaque detailed with the coat of arms for the city of Nottingham to one side. The jardiniere measures 9"(23cm) tall, by 16"(40.5cm) wide, by 7.25"(18.5cm) deep, and weighs 78 troy ounces.

£6,975

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