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Silver Bowls70 of 98TIFFANY & CO. STERLING SILVER ECUELLE AND COVER (CIRCA MID 19th CENTURY)paul revere exemplar bowl  B 262 - bad need of a polish but in wonderful shape
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    Posted 10 years ago

    BHock45
    (807 items)

    Found this one today too by accident. It actually had a lid on it but I don't this it belonged. I took them home and shined them up. They feel like sterling to me. Any ideas.?

    The bottom reads;

    Paul Revere
    Reproduction

    It is small only 2.9 ounces.

    THanks!

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    1. miKKoChristmas11 miKKoChristmas11, 10 years ago
      This is one of the most beloved and iconic American silver forms, and there are many reproductions of this Paul Revere style bowl. It is sometimes found in sterling, very often in silver plate. Some silverplated bowls are rather light; some are weighted. We had a sterling bowl with a blue enamel lining that we used as a fruit bowl. It was weighted too. Although it was my job to polish it, I don't remember who made it. One way to ID this would be to find this exact mark on one of these bowls at auction. I went through Reed and Barton, Gorham, Oneida, Wilson, etc., without finding a match. You can exclude Gorham since I don't see any Gorham hallmarks. Sorry I couldn't be of more help. Love this style!!! : )
    2. BHock45 BHock45, 10 years ago
      thanks mustangtony, mikkochristmas, and vetraio50 for the loves. mikkochristmas11...I am still looking around, I have a feeling it is sterling though.
    3. miKKoChristmas11 miKKoChristmas11, 10 years ago
      You're most welcome, sir! I too hope it's sterling, but it's beautiful even if it should turn out to be only silverplate. : )
    4. BHock45 BHock45, 10 years ago
      very true, i agree.
    5. BHock45 BHock45, 10 years ago
      thanks for your help again! later!
    6. vintagevickie1, 5 years ago
      I too found a small bowl exactly like yours with identical markings on the bottom. I was wonder ring if you ever found out who the makers were and if it was sterling silver and if so how much was it worth?
    7. logical_jackieo, 2 years ago
      Did you ever find out as I have one of these stamps on a creamer ?
      Ty
      Jacque
    8. ljcollas, 2 years ago
      The bowl is silver-plate, not sterling. Sterling by American manufacturers include the word "sterling" in the mark. Makers of sterling silver are keen for you to know the piece is sterling, so it's clearly marked. It's also unlawful for American silver manufacturers to sell a piece of sterling silver that is not marked "sterling' or "925".

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