Silver

A Kate Harris for William Hutton & Sons two handled dish

Price: £1,975

A lovely example of Kate Harris work for William Hutton & Sons.   This form of bowl appears in a number of Kate Harris styles and this one uses her renowned ivy pattern.  This design was registered by Huttons,with number R352424 on 25th January 1900. A variant on this bowl can be found in the Victoria & Albert Museum silver room, case 16, reference CIRC 156-1965.

As can be seen in the contemporary image reproduced from the German publication “Der Modern Stil” in “other images”, a bowl identical to this was displayed at the Paris Exhibition, 1900.

The glass is hand blown and a good Powell colour but I do not think original. Silver condition overall is excellent.

Maker:  William Hutton & Sons

Designer:  Kate Harris

Date: 1900

Marks: WH & Ss Ltd. London, “f”

Material: Sterling silver, glass liner

Condition: Excellent with (probable) replacement glass liner

Size: 20 cm diameter across handles,  7.0 cm high

Weight : 12.0 oz, 341 grams (silver only)

SKU: A779-1 Category:

Description

See articles on Kate Harris by Stephen Pudney in the Decorative Art Society Journals Volumes 22 and 39. A similar bowl to this was displayed at the Paris Exposition 1900 and reproduced in Der Moderne Stil 1902.  See image.

Additional information

Period

Art nouveau, Arts and crafts