These brassware were probably made around first quarter of 20th century. Some of these items were hand made hence the different shapes and some with visible hand hammering mark. Early on brassware was reserved for the upper class and the nobles but during it's peak (19th century) they became available to most Koreans. After the Korean war Koreans resorted to new and more popular materials such as stainless and plastic. Korean brassware have made a comeback in the restaurant industry with newer and lighter designs.
There are tiny holes where stickers are attached on two of the bowls. Age: 1st quarter of 20th century. Provenance: Private collection from South Korea, brought to the U. In the early 80's.This item was stored in a storage since early 1980 so they are not always in clean. The item is in good condition overall for age with wear, nicks, chips, loss of shine/gloss. Please see photos as part of description. Dimensions: 7.2"W x 7.2"D x 2"H largest 6.2"W x 6.2"D x 2.6"H second largest 5.1"W x 5.1"D x 2.6"H smallest bowl 8"L spoon. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Korea".
The seller is "1juan" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.