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Tiffany Sterling Silver Fruit/Bread Bowl

America Ca. 1915

As always, the Tiffany name indicates quality. A perfect bowl to fill with fruit on your dining table or display upright. The serpentine edge is engraved with floral swags, oval reserves with leaves, and molded sea shells. This pattern was introduced in 1911 and it is dated 1917 with monogrammed H. Weighs 18.6 Troy oz.

Price

$2,000

Condition

Excellent estate condition. Slight shallow scratches.

Measurements

Height: 2 5/8"
Diameter: 11.25"

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