A carved wooden bowl sculpture, 1950s. Signed on the bottom initials WK inside a rectangle. This work appears in his book. William Kent Carvings A Record. Organized & printed by William Kent on The Philistine Press, New Haven, Connecticut, 1960. By the artist WK. "These bowls were not made to hold mixed salads, fruit, or assorted nuts; nor were the large ones fashioned to be used as planters. They are interesting shapes, and the small ones were designed to be hung on a wall and looked at."
This amazing example of a forgotten master carvers work is 33 inches long.
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