Bowl – Philip Frederick Alexander, Arts & Crafts, Sterling Silver

Bowl – Philip Frederick Alexander, Arts & Crafts, Sterling Silver

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Philip Frederick Alexander (British, 1865-1960)
Arts & Crafts Grape & Vine, circa 1912
bowl, sterling silver
7 3/4″ diameter x 1″ high
188 grams

1 in stock


Arts & Crafts period sterling silver bowl, with hand-hammered round form, embossed border of stylized foliate garlands, each with central flower, hung from eight evenly spaced circular disks, with a slightly convex base, crafted by London Silversmith Philip Frederick Alexander, c. 1912, appropriate touchmarks and hallmarks on top near edge of rim.

Condition: Antique, Very Good
For Accuracy: an antique it may show expected light signs of age.

Silversmith Biography: Philip Frederick Alexander entered his hallmark in July 1900 at 28 Church Row, Hampstead, and London and produced fine Arts and Craft silverwork. He achieved a Master of Arts degree and while at Hertford College, Oxford edited a series of books on the history of geographical discovery published by Cambridge University Press. In May 1915 while at Walberswick, Suffolk ‘The North-West and North-East Passages 1576-1611’ and in June 1917 while on Exmoor at Desolate, Brendon ‘The Discovery of America 1492-1584’


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