Francis I Silver Bowl by Reed & Barton

  • This fine American silver dish by Reed & Barton is fashioned in the desirable Francis I pattern
  • Francis I is marked by a robust motif of fruits and flowers
  • Reed & Barton is among America's top silver firms, and their wares are highly sought-after
  • Francis I is one of the most highly collectible sterling patterns ever created
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Item No. 29-6132

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This charming silver bowl by Reed & Barton is crafted in that renowned firm's Francis I pattern. Skillfully-répousséd classic shapes of fruits and flowers distinguish this elegant dish, which flawlessly displays the incredible artistry for which Reed & Barton is known. Introduced by the company in 1906, Francis I has become one of the most highly collectible sterling patterns ever created and is held in high esteem by American silver connoisseurs. Features the Reed & Barton stamp, pattern number X569, and date mark for 1948 8” diameter Reed & Barton, established in 1824, is one of the oldest silver-manufacturing firms in the United States. They have long been an industry leader and pioneer in the art of silversmithing, which has been referred to as“the last great craft.” The Francis I pattern is their most recognized achievement, featuring 15 different fruit clusters detailed in a complete set.
Francis I Silver Bowl by Reed & Barton
Maker: Reed & Barton
Period: 20th Century
Origin: America
Type: Bowls/Porringers/Sauceboats
Diameter: 8
Depth: 8.0
Width: 8.0
Height: 1.5

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