Early 20th Century Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver Oval Rose Bowl Sheffield 1902 Mappin & Webb

£ 7,250.00

A very stylish acanthus leaf themed 0val rose bowl.

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A very stylish acanthus leaf themed 0val rose bowl.  The body of bowl has splashing of reed, floral and   matt for decoration.  The bowl has a double cartouche and sits on four feet.

 

Weight:  65 troy ounces/2038 grams

Length:  18 inches/46cm (back of handle to back of opposite handle)

Height:  9.5 inches/24cm (foot to top of handle)

Condition:  Excellent throughout

Price:  £7250

 

Mappin & Webb traces its origins to 1775, when Jonathan Mappin opened a silver workshop in Sheffield, then as now a major centre of the English silver trade. The business eventually became Mappin Brothers.

One of Jonathan Mappin’s great grandsons, John Mappin, started his own business in London, Mappin & Company, in 1860, which became Mappin, Webb & Co. in 1862 after John Mappin was joined by his brother-in-law George Webb. The first Mappin & Webb store opened in 1860 at 77-78 Oxford Street, London and the company’s candelabras, fine silverware and vanity products swiftly gained renown. As a natural progression from silverware, Mappin & Webb began designing jewellery. Mappin, Webb & Co. acquired Mappin Brothers in 1903.

Mappin & Webb expanded internationally beginning in the 1890s. Its first overseas store was established in Johannesburg and stores soon followed in Buenos Aires, San Paulo, Biarritz, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Cairo and Bombay. However all international stores closed in the second half of the 20th century.