A typical characteristic of the so-called Martelé - the surface created by the hammer - are the traces of impact, which are not worked away but left as a decorative element. This technique was popular in the Art Deco period between the World Wars, but was repeatedly adopted in the late 20th century.
An absolutely high quality, heavy silver work. This beautiful round silver bowl was worked in 900 / silver in elaborate manual work. The simple decor of the bowl was hammered in the 1930s, as is typical of the time. Simple, polished, folded edge. The size of the bowl with a diameter of 32 cm and a weight of 1259.5 g is striking!
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Dimensions & details
- silver 900 / -
- Weight 1259.5 g
- diameter 32 cm
- Edge height 7 cm
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