An early 20th century Edwardian sterling silver bowl with two handles. The bowl has a double rib detail to the rim and half way up the body and a pair of scroll shaped handles decorated on the top edge with a double leaf. The bowl is hall marked near one of the handles for London, the maker Chas Stuart Hall and the underside is marked 'Bristol Goldsmiths Alliance'. The Bristol Goldsmiths Alliance was established in College Green Bristol around 1883. The bowl is in good condition, though the maker's mark is rubbed. (Circa 1907-1908) Height 11.2cm (4.4 inches) Width 26cm (10.2 inches) Rim Diameter 18cm (7 inches) Weight 635gms (22.4oz) Edwardian Sterling Silver Bowl
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