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An extremely fine George III Bowl made in London in 1804 by Thomas Robinson I.


The Bowl stands on a stepped circular foot with a gadrooned edge, which is engraved with various prick dot bands. The main body is decorated with a wide lower band of lobing and rises to a gadrooned everted rim. The upper section is also engraved with various prick dot bands in addition to a contemporary Crest, on one side, and a Coronet on the other. This piece was most probably made for fruit, however it could be used for a variety of purposes and would look decorative, on the table, when not in use. The Bowl is in excellent condition and is of the finest quality. Thomas Robinson I was a quality silversmith who had workshops at 25, Red Lion Street, Clerkenwell, when this bowl was made.

Height: 4 inches, 10cm.

Diameter at the rim: 7 inches, 17.5cm.

Weight: 15oz.