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Art Deco Silver Bowl*
Twin handled Art Deco silver bowl made by the Sheffield silversmiths Thomas Bradbury & Sons, hallmarked for the year 1931.
Both the bowl and its foot are octagonal in shape, being separated by a short tapered circular stem.
The sides sweep upwards quite steeply giving the bowl a good depth, and two elegantly curved handles complete a pleasing and very Art Deco design.
Showing a crisp Sheffield hallmark together with the Thomas Bradbury maker’s mark.
A fine, solid piece of silver with a good weight at 1075 gms. or a fraction under 38 ozs.
The diameter of the bowl, measuring from one straight edge to the other, is approximately 21 cms. and the width between the extremities of the handles is around 32 cms.