Arts & Crafts double handled silver-plated sugar bowl c.1906.

Arts & Crafts double handled silver-plated sugar bowl c.1906.

Code: 10171

Dimensions:

W: 15.5cm (6.1")H: 7cm (2.8")D: 9.5cm (3.7")

£75.00 Approx $97.66, €82.6, £75
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For sale is a decorative Arts & Crafts / Art Nouveau designed double handled sugar bowl.

- This attractive sugar bowl has two handles which allied to the deeply curved bowl shape and the four individual curved feet, make the design of this item distinctive.
- Stamped with the mark for Lee & Wigfull Ltd, Sheffield (a limited company from 1899).
- Makers number of 0628.
- The bowl is electro-plated nickel silver, EPNS.
- The design of the bowl is circa 1905-1910 based on matching one design of another hallmarked silver tea-set range from 1906.

The maker was described as manufacturing silver, electroplate and Britannia metal. The partnership between George Shadford Lee and Henry Wigfull was dissolved in 1870. The business was continued by Henry Wigfull under the same style and address (John Street Works, Sheffield). The firm was converted in 1899 into a limited company under the style of Lee & Wigfull (Sheffield) Ltd. The firm used the trademarks for Albion and insignia plate.

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