Newton School copper dish


A copper dish or tray with repeating fish pattern made by the Newton School of Metal Workers from a design attributed to John Williams, circa 1900.

This particular fish design in repousse appears in the Newton School design archive. The hand drawn design is unsigned but from the pattern and motif it can safely be attributed to John Williams. The “crimped” edge is commonly used by the Newton School in their designs.

A lovely piece in great condition with a nice even patina.


Dimensions:    7 3/4″ in diameter and 1/4′ deep

Condition:   Good

Price:   Sold