As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this exceptional quality Meiji period 1868-1912 double skinned Silver Fruit bowl , the large and heavy quality Silver bowl has been typically formed as a double walled vessel allowing the artist to present the exterior skin in painstaking hand beaten detail , the hand planished outer surface is decorated throughout with Chrysanthemums in high relief upon a scalloped and lobed shaped bowl , the 16 lobed sections representative of an Imperial Chrysanthemum, as if this was not tricky enough the artist has created a further identical shaped plain liner to sit within the bowl , this time in polished form , with both skins seamed at the top and standing upon a tapered Silver foot rim , the underside stamped Sterling indicating a high 950 Silver content , a fabulous and very functional addition to your room setting or Japanese works of art collection .
USA collection .
Condition report :
Lovely throughout with expected signs of light use within the interior .
Approximate sizes :
Height : 6 5/8″ 17 cm
Diameter : 11″ 28 cm
Weight : 62.4 oz 1941 gms
Free worldwide delivery and a certificate of authenticity included in the price of this item .
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