A Post War Silver Bowl by Leslie Durbin

This finely hand raised bowl is by Leslie Durbin, 1971 and is fully hallmarked London silver. Durbin was one of the most respected of 20th century silversmiths, having trained under Omar Ramsden and originally working in the Arts and Crafts style. However, his work evolved over the course of the century, and he thoroughly embraced the Post War Style, although while retaining a large degree of his own personality in to it.

This bowl measures 9" wide and is 964g. It is beautifully plain, showing off the qualities of the metal with well placed hammer marks only. A fine piece of Post War British silver.

Type: bowl
Function: decorative silver
Maker: Leslie Durbin
Country: England

Price: £ 1,950 GBP

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