Chrysanthemum Silver Master Salts by Tiffany & Co.
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Chrysanthemum Silver Master Salts by Tiffany & Co.

Chrysanthemum Silver Master Salts by Tiffany & Co.

  • Elaborate chrysanthemum blooms encase these salts by the celebrated Tiffany & Co.
  • The set is crafted in the firm's highly coveted Chrysanthemum pattern
  • Gilt interiors add a hint of luxury to the dishes, which were designed hold and serve salt
  • They are striking examples of superior craftsmanship and artistry from Tiffany & Co.
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Item No. 30-8094
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This set of four sterling silver salts by the celebrated Tiffany & Co. is an extraordinary example of superior American craftsmanship. Crafted in the highly coveted Chrysanthemum pattern, the set features deeply chased and applied floral details throughout in a free flowing style characteristic of the late Victorian era and the Art Nouveau movement. While most Chrysanthemum pieces feature a handful of blooms, these salts are encased by a veritable bouqeut of chrysanthemum blossoms, resulting in a truly extravagant display. Gilt interiors add a hint of luxury to the dishes, which were specially designed to hold and serve salt at the table. Beautifully conceived and flawlessly executed, these salts are extraordinary examples of Tiffany's creative artistry and classic style.

First introduced in 1880, the Chrysanthemum pattern was the brainchild of renowned designer Charles T. Grosjean. Incorporating elaborate Victorian shapes with a modern, natural motif, Chrysanthemum quickly became the most highly prized of all Tiffany patterns, and a particular favorite among new brides. To find a complete set of salts in this coveted motif is truly exceptional.

Marked "Tiffany and Co. Makers / Sterling / 925-1000" with date letter M for 1870-1891

2 1/4" high x 4 1/8" wide x 2 3/4" deep
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Maker: Tiffany & Co.
Period: 19th Century
Origin:America
Type:Cruets/Salts
Pattern:Chrysanthemum
Width:4 1/8 Inches
Height:2 1/4 Inches
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