edwardian silver porringer by edward barnard sons london 1907

EDWARDIAN SILVER PORRINGER BY EDWARD BARNARD & SONS, LONDON 1907


Price

SOLD

Item Ref

NOV94

Description

This elegant Edwardian silver porringer* is dated London 1907 and bears the marks of Edward Barnard & Sons. it has a shallow plain bowl and decorative scroll handles and is engraved with entwined hearts.
*Porringers are shallow bowls. The form originates in the medieval period in Europe, they were originally used to eat gruel or soup. They became popular again from the late Victorian to the Art Deco period, as they made excellent Christening gifts. The word porringer is a Middle English alteration of potinger, from Old French potager, from potage, soup.
Hallmarks:
Edward Barnard & Sons.
London Assay Mark.
Lion Passant.
Date letter "i" for 1907.
Condition:
Excellent.
No dings. No dents. No inscriptions.
Clear hallmarks.
Dimensions and Weight:
Diameter (without handles): 11cm / 4.2 inches.
Length including handle: 15cm / 6 inches.
Height: 3cm / 1.2 inches.
Weight: 132g / 4 3/4oz.
Postage UK: 8 Special Delivery Next day.
Postage overseas: 15 International Signed For.
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Internal Ref: NOV94


Dimensions

Height = 3 cm (1")
Width = 11 cm (5")
Depth = 11 cm (5")



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