An Harold Stabler Silver BowlSOLD

This Art Deco Silver bowl is by Harold Stabler, and is really quite rare. Silver by Harold Stabler is uncommon, to say the least. It is hallmarked London 1929 and marked HS for Harold Stabler. It is also incuse stamped "Stabler".

The art deco silver bowl stands on a castelated foot, with distinctive deco ribbing along the sides. It measures 22cm wide by 7.5cm tall.

Harold Stabler was an important figure in the arts and crafts movement, having been the director of Keswick School of Industrial Arts. However, his own design really found its own feet in the Deco period, where he fused the angles of high Continental deco with British Arts and Crafts love of hand making.

A rare example of Harold Stabler silver.

Type: bowl
Function: decorative silver
Maker: Harold Stabler
Country: England


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