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Posted 5 years ago


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This Tiffany & Co. sterling silver gilted eucuelle and cover measures 6 inches in diameter, 4 inches tall from base to the tip of it's rose bud finial and a 2 inch single scoll cast handle. This bowl is decorated with gilded acid etched floral panels and a large etched monogram at the top of the lid. The bowl has two reticulated panels with vines and the others floral on ech side. In perfect condition with great patination and crisp detail.
The item is stamped "TIFFANY & CO., 1919, M, quality 925-1000, M, UNION SQUARE".
According to reference materials, this item was created prior to the take over by Louis Comfort Tiffany, around the mid 1800's.
I welcome any and all information pertaining to the item regarding to who designed it, when, where, what it originally sold for and it's value.

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  1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 5 years ago
    This is mark 14 on page 250 of Tiffany Silver by the Carpenters, Charles and Mary. Made by Moore., Edward C. Who was Tiffany's president from 1869 to 1891. That narrows down the time period for you.
    You then move to the other numbers.
    On these pieces the Pattern Number 1919 is above the "Quality / 925 . 1000" mark.
    Below it is the Order Number 3940.
    On page 260 of the Carpenter's book they have a five year period for that patter number.
    1865-1869 : 1551-2250.
    I believe that would give a date of c. 1867 when this pattern was first put into production.

    The book I have dates to 1978.
    Maybe others can be more accurate.
    I hope this helps you.
    I love this Écuelle.
    I love Tiffany silver.
    This one has beautiful bright cut engraving that I associate with the Aesthetic Movement.
  2. cwpost cwpost, 5 years ago
    Thanks to individuals like you who posses the knowledge and expertise, people like me can better understand the true history of items we collect. Thus making the hobby of collecting worth while. You have made my day. Thank you much
  3. vetraio50 vetraio50, 5 years ago
    Thanks for sharing this great piece of silver!

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