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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 10:00 AM CST

Tradition & Innovation

Sale 5000 Lot 35

The Kalo Shop
early porringer with an applied stone and cut-out accents
Park Ridge, Illinois, 1909
sterling silver, blue aventurine cabochon
stamped marks
engraved inscription: Gilbert Rust Barton / April 22 - 1909 / One year old
6 7/8"w x 5"d x 1 1/2"h

Provenance:
Property from a Private Collection, Evanston, Illinois

Catalog Note:
While it is not unusual to see stones used in English jewelry, hollowware and flatware or in American jewelry from the Arts & Crafts movement — it is uncommon to see stones used in hollowware and flatware in the United States at the first part of the 20th century. Lots 35 and 36 reveal the influence of Charles Robert Ashbee and Archibald Knox, with the use of semi-precious stones. In this case, blue aventurine is set in the early porringer and carnelians in the chop set or salad set, both from The Kalo Shop.

Estimate $3,000-5,000

Sold for $3,750