Lot 55

An 18th Century Sycamore Pole-Lathe Turned Drinking Bowl, with ogee sides, everted rim and a shallow ring-turned circular foot with pared-off chuck mark underneath, 2¼” (5.5 cm) tall, 4¼” (11cm) in diameter. Together with a late 18th/early 19th Century plain shallow drinking bowl, with a flat base and well defined pole-lathe turned lines to the interior and exterior surfaces, 1 3/8 ” (3.5 cm) tall, 4” (10 cm) in diameter.

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Description

An 18th Century Sycamore Pole-Lathe Turned Drinking Bowl, with ogee sides, everted rim and a shallow ring-turned circular foot with pared-off chuck mark underneath, 2¼” (5.5 cm) tall, 4¼” (11cm) in diameter. Together with a late 18th/early 19th Century plain shallow drinking bowl, with a flat base and well defined pole-lathe turned lines to the interior and exterior surfaces, 1 3/8 ” (3.5 cm) tall, 4” (10 cm) in diameter.