This attractive footed bowl or dish was part of the Ikora line by WMF, in production from the 1920s to 1960s. It measures 8 inches diameter and stands about 1-1/2 inches high on four ball feet. The gently ruffled rim is reticulated with incised scroll work. The center is a hexagonal shape with concave sides finished in a pearly marbled ivory enamel. The pinkish color appears to be some type of tarnish or oxidation effect to the protective finish - it can easily be removed with silver polish but I left it alone. The underside is marked with a castle or clock tower logo and WMF Ikora Germany Silverplate. There's also a foil label reading Tarnish Resistant WMF Ikora and the stock number 6401. In excellent condition but does need polishing.
31 other shoppers have this item in their Cart or Wish List
Specializing in antique and vintage Christmas all year round, plus antique to Mid-Century copper.