1976.295 A-C Silver Bowl and Stand
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Bowl and stand

  • Category:

    Metals

  • Creator (Role):

    Edward Lownes (Maker)

  • Place of Origin:

    Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mid-Atlantic, United States, North America

  • Secondary Place of Origin:

    France, Europe

  • Date:

    1817-1834

  • Materials:

    Silver

  • Techniques:

    Die-stamped, Molded, Cast, Engraved

  • Museum Object Number:

    1978.0111 A-C


  • Complete Details



Object Number

1978.0111 A-C

Object Name

Bowl and stand

Category

Metals

Credit Line/Donor

Museum purchase

Creator (Role)

Edward Lownes (Maker)
1792-1834

Place of Origin

Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mid-Atlantic, United States, North America

Secondary Place of Origin

France, Europe

Date

1817-1834

Mark or Signature or Inscription or Label

1. Mark; Bowl, underside; "E.LOWNES" stamped in a rectangle
2. Mark; Bowl, underside; Six-pointed star or fleur-de-lis stamped incuse
3. Inscription; Leg (1), interior; "60T06" incised

Materials

Silver

Techniques

Die-stamped, Molded, Cast, Engraved

Dimensions (inches)

7.579 (H) , 5.906 (Diam) , 18.0603 (Weight)

Dimensions (centimeters)

19.25 (H) , 15 (Diam) , 512 (Weight)

Measurement Notes

Measurements above are overall: Other sizes: (a - bowl) diameter: 14.6 cm; (b - lid) OH: 9.750 cm.

Object Description

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Bibliography and Bibliographic Notes

[Book] Quimby, Ian M. G. 1995 American Silver at Winterthur.
Published: pp. 388-389, no. 387
[Book] Belden, Louise C. 1980 Marks of American Silversmiths in the Ineson-Bissell Collection. 506 p.
Example marks, brief background information, sources, p. 279
[Book] Currier, Ernest M. 1938 Marks of Early American Silversmiths: With Notes on Silver, Spoon Types & List of New York City Silversmiths 1815-1841. 179 p.
Example of mark, p. 91
[Book] Ensko, Stephen G. C. 1937 American Silversmiths and Their Marks II. 82 p.
Example of marks that match marks on spoon, p. 33