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William Waldo Dodge sterling trophies 4 pcs.

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Circa: 1930-32
Condition: perfect
Size: 8 1/2inch dia to 12inch dia
Country of Origin: United States
Manufacturer: William Waldo Dodge, Ashville, NC

4 handmade sterling trophy bowls made by the important Arts & Crafts maker, William Waldo Dodge. The works of this maker are relatively scarce as he returned to his architectural career after a short stint as silversmith.

1. 8 1/2inch dia for NJ State Shoot doubles champion 1930

2. 9 1/2inch dia for NJ State Shoot doubles champion 1931

3. 9 3/8inch dia for NJ State Shoot doubles champion 1932

4. 12 3/8inch dia for NJ State Shoot All-round champion 1932

All 4 pieces are waterfall hammered pattern. All are fully signed. total weight approx. 73 oz troy.

All four were won by one man, unidentified, but shown in an 8 1/2 X 11 photo included in the lot. He was the short guy on the viewers right.

Apparently the ATA commissioned Dodge to create all of their State Assoc. trophies for several years during the depression era.

Dodge Biography:
Born on February 6, 1895 in Washington, D.C., William Waldo Dodge, Jr. grew up during the pop of the Arts and Crafts style in America. He attended Phillips Exeter Academy where courses in manual arts were becoming mandatory. Dodge broke away from his family history of patent attorneys and enrolled at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the school of architecture. Shortly before graduation, Dodge, along with crowds of other college students, were enlisting for World War I. Returning home in 1919, he spent the next four years in military hospitals and tuberculosis sanatoriums. During his recovery, Dodge began his journey into silversmithing, learning the basics from the woman who would become his wife in 1921, Margaret Wheeler Robinson. The couple settled in Asheville in 1923. At this time, with his own silver shop, there was no clear evidence that Dodge was planning on pursuing his architectural career. However, it didn't take long. Dodge began designing residential homes in 1924 and later French style shops. His style included English Tudor, French Norman, and French country cottage. In 1940, Dodge and five other Asheville architects and engineers (Henry Irven Gaines, Anthony Lord, W. Stewart Rogers, Erle G. Stillwell, and Charles E. Waddell) pulled together and became known as the Six Associates. Dodge eventually chose to leave Six Associates and began his private practice, consisting mostly of renovations and additions. After he began experiencing medical difficulties, the Dodges sold their home and retired to their farm. It was here that William Waldo Dodge, Jr. died on February 21, 1971.

North Carolina Museum of History exhibition quote;
Crafted from Silver features the work of 20th-century Asheville silversmith William Waldo Dodge Jr., who began his professional life as an architect, but shifted his career focus after he was wounded during World War I. While recovering from his injuries, he began to work with silver and eventually opened his own studio in 1924. A tea service created by Dodge reflects the Arts and Crafts movement popular at the time.




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