A rare 17th century bleeding bowl plain formed in design and shaped with a “bulbous” bowl and a narrow banded upper wire rim. The handle is elegantly pierced and bears contemporary initials for importance.
Weight: 5 troy ounces/160 grams
Length: 7 inches/18cm
Diameter: 4.25 inches/11cm (diameter)
Condition: Excellent throughout. Makers mark registered page 127 of the Jacksons silver and gold marks.
Note: Attributed to William Gimber (Silversmiths in Elizabethan & Stuart London their lives and there marks reference book)