Hermès silver-plated shallow bowl. Part of Hermès' horse
head desk set, which was made in the mid 20th century. This piece is called by the French a "poche supplementaire," or extra pocket and was used to hold keys and change. ...
Large hammered trophy-style copper bowl with applied sterling
silver rim and fittings for the four stag horn handles. Marked “Sterling And; Other Metals; 16635.” Light wear, patina, and two small dents.
These bowls are perfect for alfresco dining for
at least two reasons: They're made of break-resistant, dishwasher-safe melamine, and they're adorned with illustrations of juicy summertime lemons.