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Kalo Antique Sterling Silver Gravy Ladle, Chicago, IL, c. 1920's

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This lovely ladle has a wonderfully hammered surface on both sides. The bowl is beautifully shaped with a cutout at its shoulder.

The Kalo Shop is known for its hammered surfaces and creative, forward-looking arts & crafts designs. It was started by Clara Barck Welles who was 'known for her fair employment practices and for giving opportunities to women to become metalsmiths'.(1)

This uncommon arts & crafts server is marked 'KALO/ STERLING/ F758'. It measures 8.25 inches long, weighs 2.15 troy ounces, has never been monogrammed and is in excellent antique condition.

Endnote:

  1. Sharon S. Darling, Chicago Metalsmiths, (Chicago: Chicago Historical Society, 1977), p. 48.
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