Frederick Smythe Greenwood silver stone set small chalice

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A small (travelling) chalice set with three green stones (probably amazonite, possibly marble) made by Frederick Smythe-Greenwood.  This maker is not well known and worked on his own for just two years between 1910 and 1912, before forming a partnership as Greenwood and Watts. His work is so close in style to that of Ramsden & Carr it is likely that he spent time in that workshop.  As for Ramsden & Carr the base is engraved “F.S.Greenwood me fecit AD1912”

This piece is very nice “in the hand” and in excellent condition with just some small surface cracks to the stone (typical of amazonite).

Maker: Frederick Smythe-Greenwood

Designer: Frederick Smythe-Greenwood

Date: 1912

Marks: FSG. London, r

Material: Sterling silver, amazonite (maybe marble)

Condition: Excellent

Size: 10.75cm high

Weight: 75 grams, 2.6 oz

SKU: A954 Category:

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Art nouveau, Arts and crafts