Newton School brass dish
A small brass dish made by the Newton School of Metal Workers, circa 1900.
This particular design appears in the Newton School design archive . The designer is almost certainly John Williams. The symmetrical design has Williams’ characteristic fruiting flowers and broad leaves. The dish has a decorative rim and chased central pattern both of which are commonly used by the School.
This piece is beautifully made in quite heavy gauge of brass.
Dimensions: 9″ in diameter by 1/2″ deep
Condition: Good. Recently polished. Some very light scratches