W&W Antiques is located in Crieff, UK
Hugh Wallis Hand Hammered Brass Bowl / Taza C.1912
REF: 2037 - 120820 / LA223447
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For sale is a charming hand hammered Arts & Crafts raised brass bowl / taza on a pedestal ropework foot, from circa 1910-1920. - The edge is punch decorated on the upper surface with a repeat pattern as shown in the photographs. - The underside edge has a double linear ridge effect, assumed to effect better grip. - The hand beaten pedestal foot has a ropework edge, common with a range of HW artmetalware items. - Punch stamped HW as shown in the photographs to the base for Hugh Wallis, circa 9" in diameter. - Hugh Wallis was based from Altrincham, near Manchester in the North-West of England, an artist and art metal worker of much renowned from the Arts & Crafts Movement in England. - HW brass work is not always as prominent as copper or pewter in particular and this pedestal bowl/taza is a lovely elegant size and depth, with great solid design, both simple, usable and beautiful. *The last four photographs show the taza for context with two other HW brass art-metalware items that W&W Antiques have available for sale, contact us for details.
W&W Antiques has clarified that the Hugh Wallis Hand Hammered Brass Bowl / Taza C.1912 (LA223447) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being c.1912
Please consider the photographs and description as a great record of the condition of this antique item.
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This Hugh Wallis Hand Hammered Brass Bowl / Taza C.1912 is located in Crieff, UK