We are pleased to offer a superb example of the work of the renowned silversmith William Comyns. William Comyns first made a significant impact in the early 1880's by crafting decorative wares in sterling silver. He was later joined by his two sons. These beautifully cut or pierced dishes with raised base and ruffled edge are an excellent representation his work.
These lovely little bowls are entirely hand hewn. They are hallmarked with the British marks for Sterling Silver, London, 1916. They also have the maker's marks "W.C.".
Each bowl measures approximately 3-5/8" x 3-1/4" x 1-1/2". The two bowls together weigh 97.5 grams. They are in very good condition.
Item ID: 10506