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    rare arts and crafts silver sugar bowl

    A rare arts and crafts silver sugar bowl by Harold Edwin Landon of Lancaster. The bowl is all hand crafted on a pedestal base with applied rope work and punch decoration with a wide bowl also decorated with a punch work edge. The whole is typically finished with plannish patina. The bowl is buy the rare maker Harold E Landon who worked to the arts and crafts ideals of a high level of craftsmanship and design, he produced relatively little and therefore his work is rare and desirable. The whole is in excellent condition with a full set of marks for Chester 1933.

     
    overall sizes in inches: 4 diameter, 2 1/2 high
     
    At Prometheus Antiques we want our customers to be completely happy with our items, so why not view them in person at our showrooms at 55 Castlegate Newark, where we are open Monday to Saturday 10-5. If you are unable to visit us please purchase with the knowledge that we give a money back guarantee, if you are not satisfied, we only ask that you pay return transport costs.
     
    We are happy to organise deliveries to all destinations, but must state this is not included in the price, we are extremely competitive on your behalf price wise, and have many tried and trusted courier services.
     
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    Width:
    10
    Height:
    6.5
    Price: SOLD

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