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Art Nouveau Sterling Water Pitcher

America Late 19th Century

A very fine and heavy engraved and repousse’ ornamented sterling pitcher. It is American and while it has all sorts of writing on the bottom it does not have a maker’s mark. The marks on the base are “3 pint, 925/1000, 2288, September 23rd 1897, sterling silver, December 25, 1921” Each side has a monogram “EHB,HAB” It weighs a hefty 26.25 Troy oz.

Price

$1,900

Condition

Excellent estate condition. Only tiny imperfections.

Measurements

Height: 8.75"
Width/Length: 7.75"
Depth: 4.5"

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