Antique Tiffany & Co. Gilded Age, unusual large openwork, sterling silver. Bonbonnieres=containers for bon-bons to be passed around by the handle, cast in high relief, in a floral scroll pattern, & is NOT monogrammed. Site terminal is formed as a Lyre musical instrument, & the bowl has openwork flowers & scrolls. The only one I could find like it was donated to the Collection of the New York Historical Society by Isabel Shults, daughter of Caroline Beard Shults (barnard. Edu). There is also a large piece, on page 282, figure 423, with a bowl much like this one, in the Tiffany Silver Flatware book by William P. The server measures approximately 12 1/2 inches long, 5 3/4 inches wide across the bowl, weighs 11.865 ozt. & is marked Tiffany & Co T directorship Charles L. The server is in very good antique estate condition as follows. NO DENTS OR REPAIRS. THERE IS SOME LIGHT SCRATCHING & WEAR WHICH IS CONSISTENT WITH THE AGE OF THE PIECE & NORMAL USAGE. THERE IS GLARE & REFLECTION IN SOME OF THE 11 PHOTOS. Please look for other interesting items in the days and weeks ahead! We will make every attempt to give you true and accurate representation on all our items. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.925)\Flatware & Silverware”. The seller is “vintagefindsinthepines” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Maker: Tiffany & Co
- Featured Refinements: Tiffany Sterling Silverware
- TIFFANY,GILDED AGE,OPENWORK,BON,SERVER: CANDY,CAST,HIGH,RELIEF,LYRE,FLORAL,REPOUSSE,CAST
- Style: Art Nouveau
- Age: 1892-1902
- Pattern: Cast Lyre
- Type: Spoon
- Composition: Sterling Silver (.925)
- Brand: Tiffany & Co.