Made by Richard Sibley II in 1868, this stunning VICTORIAN SILVER BOWL is of lobed design with a flat base.

Each of the 14 panels around the bowl are embossed with Oriental Scenes including Flowers, Fish, Birds, Snakes, Squirrels and a man in oriental dress. To the inside, this superb Silver Bowl still retains most of the original vibrant gilt coating.

Marked with the retailer’s name of Thomas, Bond St. to the base, this is a high quality rare item made by a well-respected silversmith and is in remarkably good condition considering it is over 150 years old.


Used / Excellent
There is no damage and no repairs.
Small engraved family crest.
Some wear to gilt coating inside bowl.

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Size Diameter – 4.0” (100mm) / Height – 2.5” (64mm)
Weight 148gm / 4.76ozt
Assay Office Leopard’s Head – London
Lion Passant English Sterling Silver (0.925)
Maker's Mark RS – Richard Sibley II
Monarch's Head Queen’s Head – Duty Paid
Year Letter ‘n’ – 1868
Other Also marked Thomas Bond St to base

Rare Victorian Silver Bowl with Embossed Oriental Panels 1868

  • Product Code: B_791868
  • Availability: In Stock
  • £195.00

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