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Introduction: Myanmar silver-work is an ancient industry dating back to the 13th Century. Monarchs customarily used silver and gold bowls as rewards for the ministers
and the attendants' loyalty and faithfulness to the royal family. Silver items were also a symbol of wealth because only the ministers, the generals and
the rich citizens used silver for items such as betel-nut boxes and stands, flower bowls and vases, spittoons, daggers, dagger sheaths, and regalia and
waistbands for the kings. Description: This wonderful Burmese silver bowl is delicately and intricately crafted, repousse work in high relief and measures 9 inches in
diameter including the outer relief work and stands 5.5 inches tall. This is an absolutely beautiful artifact with previous life of budha delicately
depicted on the bowl, in perfect condition with nice dark patina inside the bowl. Shipping is FREE within the U.S.