A Kate Harris art nouveau silver centre piece for William Hutton
A Kate Harris art nouveau silver centre piece for William Hutton
A Kate Harris art nouveau silver centre piece for William Hutton

KATE HARRIS (1878-1949)

A Kate Harris art nouveau silver centre piece for William Hutton

1902 England

Offered by The Peartree Collection

£10,000 - 15,000 gbp
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A really exceptional large flower bowl or centrepiece designed by Kate Harris for William Hutton & Sons, 1902. It integrates her classic art nouveau maiden motif into the design of the bowl in a very modern way. The bowl is enhanced by two large tourmaline cabochon at each end of the bowl. The replacement glass is true to the original green Powell liner. Examples of Kate Harris' work can be found in museums across the globe most notably in the V & A.
Excellent, replacement glass
A Kate Harris casket similalry set with pink cabocohon stones is on display at the Victorian and Albert Museum silver gallery 67 case 16, accession number CIRC 14-1961. To see other exceptional museum pieces by Kate Harris see Minneapolis Museum of Art for a Kate Harris lamp, and the Virginia Museum of Fine Art for a Kate Harris picture frame.
See articles on Kate Harris by Stephen Pudney in the Decorative Art Society Journals Volumes 22 and 39
Dimensions
Height 21.00 cm (8.27 inches)
Width 31.00 cm (12.20 inches)
Depth 18.50 cm (7.28 inches)
Stock Code
A161
Medium
Sterling silver, tourmaline
Signed/Inscribed
Fully hallmarked for William Hutton & Sons, London, 1902
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