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Hukin & Heath Silver Bowl
Oval silver bowl with the circular interior showing a hammered finish, and the edge of the rim with a fine detail of hand-drawn wirework.
The bowl is raised slightly on a circular, inward tapering foot which is also hammered.
Made by the Birmingham silversmiths Hukin & Heath who also had showrooms in Charterhouse Street, London, hallmarked for 1931 and showing the number 2269 on the underside.
Approximately 23 cm wide at the widest point with the interior of the bowl having a diameter of 18.5 cm.
The weight is 437.4 gms or 15.43 ozs.