Beautifully worked late 19th century art-nouveau sterling silver bowl accented with roses. Crafted at the Unger Brothers Jewelry Company in Newark NJ between 1870 and 1900.
Sizing + Info
This is an antique piece.
Bowl has an approximate diameter of 8.5".
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The Unger Brothers Jewelry Company
In 1870, five brothers came to America from Germany and founded Unger Brothers, a jewelry company renowned for its fine silver creations. By the turn of the century, the firm had over 300 employees and its catalogue boasted over 3,000 individual pieces of jewelry, dresser sets, and tableware. Unger Brothers pieces are included in the collections of several leading art institutions, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, the Brooklyn Museum, and the Rhode Island School of Design Museum.