Of low convex form with a simple chased border. It has a wide circular mouth, with a flat molded lip over bands of incised lines and chased stylized flowerheads and dots. It is raised on a circular molded fet.
Glendining, Herman W., Mr. (Maker)
A engraved mark reads: A. Stone/Sterlng. Engraved on the bottom is: Amelia F. Little/ 1945-1060 Groton School. Outside of the note reads: From the Shop of/ GEBELEIN/Silversmiths/79 Chestnut Street/Foot of Beacon Hill/Boston. The enclosed note reads inside: HANDWROUGHT STERLING SILVER BOWL/low convex form with simple chased/border/ by ARTHUR J. STONE ASSOCIATES,/Gardner, Mass., noted among par-/ticipants in the early XX century/arts and crafts movement./Individual MAKER: Herman W. Glendining, Craftsman and/ Lecturer.
- Location of origin
- Gardner, MA, USA
- Associated Building
- Used At Groton School. Original to Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm (Newbury, Mass.).
- Object type
- Food Service T&E
Massachusetts (United States)
- Descriptive terms
- 1.5 (H), 4.75 (diameter) (inches)
- Accession Number
- Credit Line
- Bequest of Amelia W. Little