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James Dixon And Sons Silverplated Sugar Bowl Dr Christopher Dresser (att) 1880s For Sale
A silver plated sugar bowl attributed to Dr Christopher Dresser for James Dixon and Sons, Sheffield, c.1880 With ebonised wood swing handle, maker's hallmarks and shape number.
The piece measures approximately 14.5 cm in diameter.
Surviving documentary evidence of Dresser's relationship with Dixon is limited, but it is known that he sold 37 designs to the company between 1879 and 1882. These included some of his most radical designs, most notably a pair of electroplated teapots. I believe that this piece is likely to be anexample from this period, reflecting his growing fascination with Japanese design and visionary concern for function above decoration. Very condition indeed - with just a few extremely minor surface traces of age and no damages. Please see the additional photos at the bottom of this page.
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James Dixon And Sons Silverplated Sugar Bowl Dr Christopher Dresser (att) 1880s : $550