Silver Flutes By Towle Sterling Silver Salad Set And Bowl Mid Century Mod #0085

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Modernistic black melamine bowl with sterling base and a coordinating salad
set in Silver Flutes by Towle that were designed by Earl Pardon. The salad set
measures 12" and the bowl is 4 1/2" tall and 11 1/2" wide. The pieces date from
the 1960's. They are not monogrammed and are in excellent condition.

Pardon studied painting and sculpture at the Memphis Academy of Art as part of
the G.I. Bill, granting him the confidence to engage in all media. An
attraction to jewelry drew him to the National Silversmiths Conferences in the
late 1950s sponsored by Handy & Harman, but he remained largely self-taught. As
a professor of art at Skidmore College from 1951 until his retirement in 1988,
Pardon taught jewelry, painting, and sculpture. During the 1950s he designed
for Towle Silversmiths and Old Newbury Crafters; material investigations from
this period expanded his practice. In the last decade of his life, he focused
on jewelry with the prodigious output of a piece a day.



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