*Art Deco International Sterling 1925 Minuet Vegetable Large Bowl In .925 Sterling Silver
A vegetable bowl designed by the International Silver Co.
Beautiful antique American piece, created during the art deco period by the International Silver Co, back in the 1925. This oversized vegetable bowl has been crafted in solid .925/.999 sterling silver, with high polished finish and designed with a baroque shaped body with a rounded borders with very elegant high relief decorations.
Has a total weight of 902 Grams or 29 Ounces and a measurements of 330 mm by 330 mm by 95 .25 mm (33 x 33 x 9.53 Cm) (13 x 13 x 3.75 Inches).
Stamped, with the maker's mark, the model name and number and signed, "INTERNATIONAL STERLING MINUET V 71".
International Silver Company (1898–1983), was also known as the ISC, was formed in Meriden, Connecticut as a corporation banding together many existing silver companies in the immediate area and beyond. In Meriden and nearby Wallingford and Middletown, the companies that were banded together to form the International Silver Company included these companies: Meriden Britannia Company, Meriden Silver Plate Co., Middletown Plate Company, C. Rogers & Brother, Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co., Simpson Nickel Company, Watrous Manufacturing Company, and the Wilcox Silver Plate Co. In Hartford, the following silver companies also became part of the corporation: Barbour Silver Company, Rogers Cutlery and William Rogers Manufacturing Company. Other Connecticut companies that became part of the corporation also include Holmes & Edwards Silver Company in Bridgeport; Derby Silver Company in Derby; Norwich Cutlery in Norwich; Rogers and Brothers, and Rogers and Hamilton in Waterbury.
Collections: International Silver Company designs have been collected by many museums across the United States, including the Dallas Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Art Institute of Chicago, the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, etc. Museums overseas that have collected ISC designs includes the British Museum in London.
Note: Pieces with this patterns, in this size and conditions are very hard to found.
It is in great vintage condition with no monograms, dents, marks or previous repairs. It was recently polished.
INVENTORY REF: D0000TNNB/.1111