Silver lidded powder bowl with Greek Key decoration hallmarked London 1928 by Mappin & Webb

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A superior cut glass, silver lidded Powder Bowl, made by the renowned silver maker:  Mappin & Webb.  This is a wonderfully proportioned large bowl (measuring 8.5 cm high x 11.5 cm diameter width).  Around the body of the bowl, the cut glass pattern is delightful and there is a cut glass star to the base.  The solid silver pull off lid is handsomely decorated with a Greek Key pattern.  The overall appearance is particularly attractive. The underneath of the lid has a gilt washed finish.

Clear hallmarks are visible on the lip of the silver lid for the London Assay Office with a date mark for 1928 and Lion Passant indicating the finest sterling silver.  The maker's mark is worn but we have identified it from a matching piece to be Mappin & Webb.

A wonderful powder bowl, fabulous for a collector and in super condition.

Hallmarks:  London 1928 by Mappin & Webb


Height:  8.5 cm      Diameter width:  11.5 cm    

Weight:  371 grams

Weights and measurements are approximate.