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A.E. Jones Silver Bowl with Silver Jubilee Mark
Circular twin-handled silver bowl standing on four feet and with pierced lattice and floral decoration just below the rim.
Finished with a lightly hammered surface and with comfortable finger plates immediately above the handles.
The rather unusual legs are in the form of the face of a faun with his legs and hooves extending to form the feet.
Showing the maker’s mark for A.E. Jones and hallmarked at Birmingham for the year 1934. The Silver Jubilee mark for King George V also appears.
Width between the extremities of the handles is a touch over 26 cm and the internal diameter of the bowl at the rim is just a fraction below 18.5 cm.