Candy Dish

Gerth and Gerth, Designer Chase Brass and Copper Company, Manufacturer
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About the Artwork

Candy Dish

between 1936 and 1937

Gerth and Gerth (Designer) American Chase Brass and Copper Company (Manufacturer) American

Aluminum

Overall: 3 1/4 × 7 inches (8.3 × 17.8 cm)

Metalwork

Contemporary Art after 1950

Gift of Jerome M. and Patricia J. Shaw and Susann and Larry Spilkin

1984.85

Copyright not assessed, please contact [email protected].

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On underside of base: [Chase trademark (profile centaur shooting an arrow)] | Chase U.S.A.

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1985-present, gift to the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)

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Gerth and Gerth; Chase Brass and Copper Company, Candy Dish, between 1936 and 1937, aluminum. Detroit Institute of Arts, Gift of Jerome M. and Patricia J. Shaw and Susann and Larry Spilkin, 1984.85.

Candy Dish
Candy Dish