Theodore B. Starr was one of the best known and most influential jewellery and silversmithing firms in New York City in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Elegantly shaped bowl from the Art Nouveau period. Round, ascending foot, bowl with sweeping rim. Richly pierced shaft consisting of abstract blossoms and leaves. Smooth bowl wall without decoration. Material silver-plated copper. Marked, made by Theodore B. Starr, NY/USA, made around 1910. Excellent condition.
Dimensions & Details
- Max. diameter 20,3 cm
- Height 12,5 cm
- silver plated copper
- Condition excellent
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