Share your favorites on Show & Tell

6 sided pitcher

In Kitchen > Show & Tell.
Kitchen4725 of 6134Mid Century Sparklet Syphon w/ Original Boxempire?
Love it
Like it

ElisabethanElisabethan loves this.
AimathenaAimathena loves this.
chinabluechinablue loves this.
OllieOllie loves this.
See 2 more
Add to collection

Please create an account, or Log in here

If you don't have an account, create one here.

Create a Show & TellReport as inappropriate

Posted 5 years ago


(4 items)

found this at an estate sale absolutely love it. etched with roses says its quadrupled plated silver. paid 2 bucks..any one know what and when it was made?? thank you all help appreciated..

Unsolved Mystery

Help us close this case. Add your knowledge below.


  1. chinablue chinablue, 5 years ago
    I love it! Can't see the spout, but maybe a water pitcher? Are there any markings on it other than that it is quadruple plated? I wouldn't venture a guess at the age without checking out some markings. If it doesn't say where it was made, Quad plating was seen beginning in the mid 1800's. If it's made outside of the US, it should be marked "made in" or have some reference to country of origin if made after 1891, unless it wasn't made for export. (although Made in Germany marks have a little different dating guideline) The engraving/design LOOKS like something from the Victorian era, but could have been used much more recently.
  2. hansysgirl hansysgirl, 5 years ago
    Correction to the original information on the pitcher - made in the USA- not
    sure when- still a mystery. Stamped on the bottom is the following information: Tapestry- BMMTS- EP WB MFG CO. NS 3530.
    I MISTAKENLY had the " triple plate info from the cracker tin. Can anyone decipher this info for me??
    Help is appreciated.
    Thank you.
  3. hansysgirl hansysgirl, 5 years ago
    Thank you chinablue & bellin68.. I love it too...
  4. chinablue chinablue, 5 years ago
    Without seeing the actual marks, I'm going to put my money on it being by Weidlich Bros. Mfg. Co. out of Bridgeport Conn. between 1901 and 1950 The pattern name is Tapestry.

Want to post a comment?

Create an account or login in order to post a comment.