Dutch Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver Sugar Bowl and Cover
Dutch Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver Sugar Bowl and Cover
Dutch Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver Sugar Bowl and Cover
Dutch Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver Sugar Bowl and Cover
Dutch Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver Sugar Bowl and Cover
Dutch Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver Sugar Bowl and Cover
Dutch Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver Sugar Bowl and Cover
Dutch Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver Sugar Bowl and Cover
Dutch Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver Sugar Bowl and Cover
Dutch Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver Sugar Bowl and Cover
Dutch Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver Sugar Bowl and Cover
Dutch Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver Sugar Bowl and Cover

EDWIN THOMPSON BRYANT OF LONDON (worked 1890-1907)

Dutch Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver Sugar Bowl and Cover

1901 Netherlands, Europe

Offered by AC Silver

£695 gbp
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This exceptional antique Edwardian sterling silver sugar bowl has a circular cushion shaped form onto four feet.

The surface of the bowl is embellished with chased, large interlacing leaf motifs on a textured background; the leaf designs conjoin to form a plain starburst motif to the underside.

The decoration to the body of the sugar bowl incorporates six cartouches, each displaying a simplified Dutch style rural architectural scene.

The upper portion of the body is ornamented with a band of chased ribbed decoration below the plain swept rim.

The bowl is fitted with the original domed hallmarked cover, encircled with a scalloped border and surmounted with an impressive and original floral and foliate finial.

This exceptional bowl is fitted with a pair of chased leaf decorated handles featuring a subtly incurved scrolling handpiece.

This antique bowl is supported by four impressive chased leaf decorated legs.

The hallmarks struck to the body and cover include:
Importer's mark: ETB (Edwin Thompson Bryant)
Silver quality/purity mark: 930*, Lion passant (sterling, 925/1000)
Import date mark: f (1901)
Assay mark: Leopard head (London, England)
Additional mark: F (foreign manufacture mark)

This exceptional sugar bowl bears the same hallmark credentials and is crafted in the same style as the teapot A5222; they would sit very well together.

* The country of origin hallmarked this item with the standard mark 930 and once imported into Britain the silver purity was tested and hallmarks struck reaffirming the silver is a minimum of sterling standard.

Dimensions

Width across handles 8cm/3.1"
Diameter of body 7.4cm/2.9"
Diameter of rim 4.2cm/1.7"
Height to top of finial 9.7cm/3.8"
Height to rim 5.8cm/2.3"

Weight

4.9 troy ounces/154g


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Condition

This antique silver sugar bowl is an exceptional gauge of silver, exceptional quality and in exceptional presentation condition.
The chased decoration is all very sharp.
Full hallmarks struck to the surface of the body and part hallmarks to the cover are all very clear.
The silver standard hallmark '930' to the underside of the bowl is also very clear.

Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this example of Edwardian silverware.
Maker: Edwin Thompson Bryant

Origin: Netherlands, Europe

Date: 1901
Can be viewed at AC Silver’s Newcastle store, online at www.acsilver.co.uk. Please quote SALES CODE SKU A5223 when enquiring about the piece.
Complimentary insurance valuation with images and text is provided with your purchase
Dimensions
Height 9.70 cm (3.82 inches)
Diameter 7.40 (2.91 inches)
Stock Code
A5223
Medium
An exceptional, fine and impressive antique Edwardian Dutch sterling silver sugar bowl and cover; an addition to our diverse silver teaware collection
Signed/Inscribed
The hallmarks struck to the body and cover include: Importer's mark: ETB (Edwin Thompson Bryant). Silver quality/purity mark: 930*, Lion passant (sterling, 925/1000). Import date mark: f (1901). Assay mark: Leopard head (London, England). Additional mark: F (foreign manufacture mark). Full hallmarks struck to the surface of the body and part hallmarks to the cover are all very clear. The silver standard hallmark '930' to the underside of the bowl is also very clear.
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