Lakeland Rural Industries – Copper Bowl

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A post war design copper decorative bowl with a “Hand Beaten” planished surface and decorated with an plain undecorated design.

Made by the Lakeland Rural Industries in Borrowdale.

LRI seems to have been established in the early 1960s along the same lines as the Keswick School of Industrial Arts employing local workers. In 1962 it was bought by William Dennison (b1909) who also owned a forge in Cartmel. There exists, archive material from LRI dating from c1962 until 1974.

Size –
43cm by 16cm
8.5cm high

Marks –
Stamped on the underside
“LRI Borrowdale Hand Beaten Stainless Steel”

Condition –
No dents or repairs.
Some surface wear and scratches.

Postage –
Sent by Hermes Couriers
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