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Sterling Silver 18th Century Style Bowl

America Early 20th Century

An early 18th century style bowl made by Tuttle of Boston. The Tuttle firm is know for its reproductions of early English Silver which began by making hand made items in 1890. In 1958 the company was sold to Wallace Silversmiths. 6+ Troy Oz.

Price

$345

Condition

Very good estate condition.

Measurements

Height: 3.5"
Width/Length: 7.25"
Diameter: 5.25"

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