Herbert Dyer copper dish
A copper dish with repousse design by Herbert Dyer, circa 1930.
Herbert Dyer worked in the Cornish fishing village of Mousehole producing copper work very much in the style of the nearby Newlyn School. He worked alone in his workshop in Mousehole so output was low and pieces are increasingly rare. The dish has a simple repeating bird design in repousse and is signed “H. Dyer”.
Dimensions: 8 1/2″ in diameter by 3/4″ high