Bowl

Collection Type

  • Decorative arts

Date

1940-1960

GUSN

GUSN-51121

Description

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.

Details

Descriptive Terms

bowls (vessels)
chasing
wrought
handmade
silver (metal)
sterling silver
floral patterns
geometric patterns
Sterling Silver
Hand-wrought
Chased
Geometric
Floral
Silver
BOWL

Inscription

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.

Associated Building

Used At Groton School,

Maker

Glendining, Herman W., Mr. (Maker)

Location of Origin

Gardner, MA, USA

Dimensions

1.5 (H), 4.75 (diameter) (inches)

Credit Line

Bequest of Amelia W. Little

Accession Number

1986.778

Places

Massachusetts (United States)