An Arts & Crafts Mazer Bowl By Thomas Bradbury & Sons

This charming mazer bowl was made by famous silversmith Thomas Bradbury & Sons, in Sheffield 1923. 

Mazer, shallow bowls without handles, used to be popular for royal and noble households as drinking vessels in medieval times. Although mazer stands for maple wood, they were made of various woods, and often decorated with rims of precious metals.

This Arts and Crafts mazer bowl was made of silver and wood, featuring unusual pretty dot pattern border on silver.


Type: Mazer Bowl
Function: drinking
Maker: Thomas Bradbury & Sons
Country: England

Price: £ 225 GBP

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