Wilton Armetale vintage Boston bowls
Wilton Armetale vintage Boston bowls are collectible items of kitchenware produced by Wilton of Pennsylvania, US. The bowls are known for their coupling of square and circular stylings.
Armetale is a type of aluminium-based substance that has been trademarked by Wilton since 1963.
Wilton’s Boston bowls are so-named because they took their inspiration from the design of an 18th century bowl discovered in a Boston antique store.
Made since the 1960s, Boston was the first Armetale piece produced by Wilton. Vintage pieces are expected to be particularly collectible in years to come, especially the earliest pieces from the 1960s.
According to the 1930 Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act’s definition, “vintage” refers to pieces manufactured within the last 100 years and can include items made as recently as the 1980s.
The Wilton Company was established in Pennsylvania, US in 1935, originally making cast-iron products.
It was renamed Wilton Brass and began producing Armetale in 1963.
How much are Wilton Armetale vintage Boston bowls worth?
Wilton Armetale vintage Boston bowls can sell for between $7 and $50 depending on age and condition.
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