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Posted 3 years ago

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This is a small bowl that I recently inherited from an old friend. 3" x 2 3/4" Circa 1925 designed by Gundorph Albertus. That's all I've found so far from research. Does anybody know the name of the pattern? General value and is this called a compote? a goblet? or is small bowl ok? Thanks in advance.

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  1. jensen jensen, 3 years ago
    I think it is a bowl, possibly a so-called 'sugar dish', meant for sugar lumps. Gundorph Albertus (1887-1970) won the gold medal at the World's Fair in 1925. His most famous design is 'Cactus', but this is different. Really pretty!
  2. SEAN68 SEAN68, 3 years ago
    very beautiful!!!
  3. solver solver, 3 years ago
    You didn't give the dimensions but you probably have one of the cocktail goblets for a cocktail service designed by Albertus. Here is the entire service shown in an old Christie's auction:
    http://www.christies.com/lotfinder/lot/a-silver-cocktail-service-designed-by-mark-4435241-details.aspx?intObjectID=4435241

    You can see the design details of the finial on the shaker's lid here; click on the image to enlarge it:
    http://www.invaluable.com/auction-lot/danish-silver-cocktail-shaker,-572a,-gundorph-al-72-c-17dbbe0d4b
  4. jensen jensen, 3 years ago
    Yes, the dimensions are there - but you're right; it must be a goblet!
  5. solver solver, 3 years ago
    ;-) jensen, indeed they are on the first line and with that info, thanks for the confirmation.

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