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Vintage

Sterling Footed Glass Nut Dish

Hélène Aumont

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Sterling Footed Glass Nut Dish
Sterling Footed Glass Nut Dish
Sterling Footed Glass Nut Dish

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage

Condition:

Very Good; slight wear from age and use, no hazing or cracks

Materials:

glass/silver

Size:

6" L x 6" W x 3.5" H

Color/Finish:

clear/silver

Care:

hand-wash; hand wash and dry only

Why We Love This

A vintage glass bowl with a sterling silver base. It is stamped on the side of the base "Sterling Whiting." Base, 2.75"Dia.
As described by Hélène Aumont

Why We Love This

A vintage glass bowl with a sterling silver base. It is stamped on the side of the base "Sterling Whiting." Base, 2.75"Dia.

About Hélène Aumont

The best design is that which does not blare its perfection. Impeccable design and taste do not equal perfection. Exquisite objects are, in their very nature imperfect. Helene Aumont’s spaces invite a kind of French-California languor. Her eclectic mixture of contemporary clean designs, carefully selected art and antiques and opulent but subtle fabrics bespeaks a European nonchalance. Her art is to invite contemplation by having the most appropriate furnishings placed in just the right spot.