Chrysanthemum Sterling Silver Serving Dish by Tiffany & Co.
Chrysanthemum Sterling Silver Serving Dish by Tiffany & Co. Chrysanthemum Sterling Silver Serving Dish by Tiffany & Co. Chrysanthemum Sterling Silver Serving Dish by Tiffany & Co.
Chrysanthemum Sterling Silver Serving Dish by Tiffany & Co.

Chrysanthemum Sterling Silver Serving Dish by Tiffany & Co.

  • This exceptional silver Tiffany & Co. serving dish is crafted in the Chrysanthemum pattern
  • Its namesake flowers are intricately applied to the cover and handles of the impressive dish
  • The pattern is one of the most popular and elaborate of Tiffany's motifs
  • Large specimens of Chrysanthemum such as this are particularly prized and hard to find
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Item No. 30-8136
$14,500
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This exceptional sterling silver covered serving dish by Tiffany & Co. is crafted in the iconic Chrysanthemum pattern, one of the most loved sterling patterns ever made. Because of its intricacy, this pattern was also among the most expensive motifs produced by the firm, and thus large pieces such as this serving dish are exceptionally rare finds. Chrysanthemum flowers line the base and handles of the elegant piece, with additional blossoms encircling the cover. As a whole, the dish is a striking example of superior craftsmanship from Tiffany & Co., as well as a testament to their continued reign as the leading producers of American silver.

Patented in 1880, Chrysanthemum was the brainchild of Tiffany designer Charles T. Grosjean, one of the most influential silversmiths in the company's history. His talent is evident in the Chrysanthemum pattern, which exhibits not only incredibly deep and rich chasing, but a classic elegance that has endured the test of time. Grosjean was responsible for Tiffany’s most popular patterns during his tenure, including Chrysanthemum, Lap-over-Edge, and English King. Chrysanthemum, however, found particular favor among socialites and new brides, and even today it continues to enjoy tremendous popularity. This opulent serving dish exudes the style and refinement the pattern represents.

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

7" high x 12" wide x 11" deep
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Maker: Tiffany & Co.
Period: 19th Century
Origin:America
Type:Tureens/Covered Dishes
Pattern:Chrysanthemum
Width:12 Inches
Height:7 Inches
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