Today for your consideration I am offering an Unger Brothers sterling dish with a golfing scene. It is embellished around the edges with the faces from the Unger Douvaine pattern. It is in incredible condition. There are a few small pin holes from polishing, as well as a few small and barely noticeable dings. They can be seen in the pictures.
The golfer in the center is magnificent. You can even see his moustache. The Douvaine faces add even more detail and wonder to this piece. The patina is perfect as well on this dish, it seems it received the perfect amount of polishing over its 100 years of life. The dish is clearly marked with the Unger Brothers makers mark and "925 Sterling Fine".
Unger Brothers are a caliber within their own when it comes to American art nouveau sterling. They were based in Newark, NJ from the late 1800's to the early 1900's.
The bowl measures 5 inches wide and 1 inch tall and weighs in at 1.87 ozt.
International buyers please contact me prior to purchasing so we can discuss shipping details.
Item ID: DV2