A very good qualityinteresting and unusual sterling silver commemorative bowl. It is hallmarkedfor Sheffield 1936 with the maker’s marks being those of William Hutton and Sons. It has been made to commemorate the coronation of King George VI. It has a stylish Art Deco design with its centre being engraved GRVI 1937 and its handles being in the form of cast crowns. Please note commemorative spoons are quite regularly seen but seldom bowls. It is in superb condition being free from dings splits holes and repairs. It measures 7.25 inches (18.5ms) across by 4 inches (10cms) by 1.5 inch (3.8cms) tall. It is very well made reflected in its weight of 3.6 troy ounces (112 grams). A good quality interesting piece of royal memorabilia.Remember to If you are in any way unhappy with your purchase please email me within 48 hours of receiving it as I offer a full refund , less return postage costs. Postage costs are kept low and combined for multiple purchases. No private listings hiding bidder identity. All items have been cleaned (unless otherwise stated). I will post to any country if you are unsure about the postage costs or anything in general please feel free to contact me through ‘ask seller a question’ at the top of the page. Thank you.