Hugh Wallis Arts and Crafts silver bowl


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Hugh Wallis Arts and Crafts silver bowl



Hugh Wallis Arts and Crafts silver bowl. Hand hammered and decorated with a simple geometric design and finished with a rope twist to the top of the bowl. A rare piece of work, in good original condition although simply made as is typical of his silver pieces. Hallmarked Chester 1922


Hugh Wallis was born in Kettering in 1871 and trained in art at Bushey, Herts. He started out as an artist but then took up metalwork. In 1900 he opened a studio in Altrincham and registered his first mark at the Chester Assay Office in 1905. In 1918 he still described himself as an artist (he had exhibited paintings at the Royal Academy) but he also employed five or six employees to make items in copper, pewter or brass with metal inlays and some pieces in silver. Hugh became a leading figure in the Northern Art Workers Guild and died in 1943.

Date Hallmarked Chester 1922

Condition In good original condition – clear Hallmarks

Dimensions Approximate width 12cm height 7.5 cm weight 227 grams 8ounces

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