This classic silver-toned and non-tarnish bowl is a replica of a design that dates back to the days of Paul Revere and the American Revolution. In 1768, Paul Revere, an American patriot and renowned Boston silversmith designed a bowl as a gift to their supporters that was commissioned by the Sons of Liberty. The original, engraved with the names of the Sons of Liberty, now rests in a place of honor in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. As with all fine gifts, please hand wash these bowls. The material of these bowls is considered food-grade and safe for consumer use which makes them a definite must-have item that is packaged neatly in a keepsake box. Nice and handy, these bowls are great to use for cooking and serving. Sport a new regal statement with these beautifully-made bowls or give it as a gift.
Traditional silver bowl
The silver-tone material has a non-tarnish finish
Features food-grade quality and safety
Durable and sturdy construction
Dimensions: 4" high x 6" in diameter
Material(s): silver tone