Centerpiece Bowl Sterling circa 1891 pierced with flowers and leaves
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This wonderful sterling centerpiece bowl was made by Theodore B. Starr and presented on April 6th, 1891 as a wedding gift for Emily Sibley Watson and James Sibley Watson. It is engraved on the bottom of the bowl "ESW, April 6th, 1891, from, JWH.
Emily Sibley Watson was a member of one of the first families of Rochester, NY. She was a generous patron of the arts, founding the Memorial Art Gallery as a memorial to her son, architect James Averell. Read more about her contributions and her famiy at: www.fomh.org/Data/Documents/EmilySibleyWatson.pdf
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- Reference #
- Type / Pattern
- Theodore B. Starr
- Country of Origin
- Width: 10.5 inches
- Height: 4.5 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 2.5 pounds
- sterling silver