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Sugar bowl with spoon (part of three-piece tea service on stand)

The wide, spun conical form is smallest at the opening and expands to a broad base. A disk soldered to the body has been machined to blend with the acute angle of the form. A narrow cylinder is are used as a sugar spoon, with a hollow triangular form bridging the gap between cylinder and vessel....

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Inscription

None.

Marks

“Charlie Crowley / 1987.” in the artist’s script incised on bottom

Provenance

Created by the artist in 1987 and made a gift to the Museum by the donors.

Credit Line

Gift of Anne and Ronald Abramson

1987

Object Place

Waltham, Massachusetts, United States

Accession Number

1987.232.2a-c

Medium or Technique

Silver

Collections

Americas

Classifications

Silver hollowware