The Escuela Massana is the premier art and design center in Barcelona, Spain and still operates today. It was established in 1929 in the memory of philanthropist Augusti Massana. In later years an artist named Miguel Soldevilla brought prestige to the school by establishing a department of working with enamel. These three pieces in the original presentation box are made of enamel over copper. They were given as a gift to an American company in 1971 as the plaque in the lower right hand corner states. The set is comprised of two small bowls and a cup. They all have what looks like sterling rims. The bowls each measure 3 3/4" in diameter and have a height of 1". The cup has a height of 2 7/8" and an opening diameter of 2 1/4". The backs of the bowls and the inside of the cup are done in black enamel. Only the cup has the label that reads Escuela Massana Barcelona. The enamel work is beautiful on all three pieces and there are no chips or cracks.