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William & Mary Silver Bleeding Bowl

Date: 1694

Maker: William Keate

Country: England

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A large early English silver side handled porringer or bleeding bowl of plain circular form and distinctive bellied shape. With a shaped and pierced handle. Very charming with the original hand beaten finish.

Weight 244 grams, 7.8 troy ounces.

Diameter 12.7 cm. Height 5 cm. Spread 19.7 cm.

London 1694.

Maker William Keate (also known as William Keatt).

Sterling silver.

Literature: Many people think that these shallow bowls were more likely to be eating vessels, especially for feeding the sick. Nowadays they make useful serving bowls which are handy for nuts and sweets.

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