An Artificers Guild Silver Bowl by Edward SpencerSOLD

This English Arts and Crafts Silver bowl was made by the Artificers Guild, designed by Edward Spencer. It is hallmarked London 1932, bears the Artificers Guild makers mark, and Edward Spencer's design mark was stamped underneath.

Edward Spencer was the most celebrated designers of the Artificers Guild, and his designs are superb examples of the Arts and Crafts style. This bowl has clear Medieval influences, and a substantial "Tree Of Life" border, rope work on the foot, and very typical Arts and Crafts silver strap work on the body. The combination of all of these elements add up to Edward Spencer's trade style.

This charming Edward Spencer silver bowl is approximately 18cm diameter and 11 cm tall. It is in excellent condition, with no damage or repair.

A fine example of English Arts and Crafts silver, by the Artificers Guild, and designed by Edward Spencer.

Type: bowl
Function: decorative silver
Maker: Edward Spencer
Country: England

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