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STERLING PAUL REVERE 5" BOWL - RANDAHL

Lot 0092 Details

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Vintage Solid Sterling Silver footed Revere Style Bowl by Randahl. Wt. 156 grams. Julius O. Randahl was a Swedish silversmith who worked at the Kalo Shop from 1907 to 1910, important Park Ridge years when Kalo was growing quickly and creating some of its best work. After leaving, Randahl and another ex-Kalo silversmith, Matthias Hanck, formed a shop called the Julmat (from the first syllables from each of their names), which lasted just one year. After this short-lived store closed, Randahl founded the Randahl Shop, probably inspired by the Kalo model except Randahl sold his holloware through department stores and jewelry shops rather than just from his storefront. The Shop closed during the first World War, and when Randahl re-opened it he introduced mechanization and managed tpo survive the Depression years. The firm was sold to Reed & Barton in 1965. Provenance: A Charleston South Carolina Private Estate...Measures 5.25x5.25x3, Weighs 156 Grams
Condition
Good,minor tarnish, small scratches
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STERLING PAUL REVERE 5" BOWL - RANDAHL

Estimate $225 - $275
Mar 29, 2015
Starting Price $5
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0092: STERLING PAUL REVERE 5" BOWL - RANDAHL

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Est. $225 - $275Starting Price $5
MARCH FINE ESTATES AUCTION
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Lot 0092 Details

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Vintage Solid Sterling Silver footed Revere Style Bowl by Randahl. Wt. 156 grams. Julius O. Randahl was a Swedish silversmith who worked at the Kalo Shop from 1907 to 1910, important Park Ridge years when Kalo was growing quickly and creating some of its best work. After leaving, Randahl and another ex-Kalo silversmith, Matthias Hanck, formed a shop called the Julmat (from the first syllables from each of their names), which lasted just one year. After this short-lived store closed, Randahl founded the Randahl Shop, probably inspired by the Kalo model except Randahl sold his holloware through department stores and jewelry shops rather than just from his storefront. The Shop closed during the first World War, and when Randahl re-opened it he introduced mechanization and managed tpo survive the Depression years. The firm was sold to Reed & Barton in 1965. Provenance: A Charleston South Carolina Private Estate...Measures 5.25x5.25x3, Weighs 156 Grams
Condition
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Good,minor tarnish, small scratches

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