D.S.C.G. silver plated rose bowl
A large silver plated rose bowl made by the Duchess of Sutherland Cripples Guild, circa 1910.
The hand planished bowl has an ornate rim with an overlapping leaf pattern and is stamped to the base with the D.S.C.G. makers mark.
The bowl is shown in the D.S.C.G. showroom catalogue, circa 1910. It is described as a hand-wrought silvered copper rose bowl (No.179).
I am lucky enough to own an archive of material from the original D.S.C.G. workshops on the Trentham Estate. Contained within the archive is the original design template (cardboard cut out) used to size the bowls!
Dimensions: 9 1/2″ in diameter by 6″ high
Condition: Some very slight loss of silver plating, one or two small dinks, marks and light scratches inside the bowl