Tiffany & Co. Copper Inlaid Silver Punch Service
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Tiffany & Co. Copper Inlaid Silver Punch Service

Tiffany & Co. Copper Inlaid Silver Punch Service

  • An extremely rare and desirable antique Tiffany Co. sterling silver and copper inlay punch service
  • It includes a monumental punch bowl, a plateau, twelve cups and a matching ladle
  • This service is adorned with outstanding copper inlay in a Far Eastern-inspired motif
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Item No. 29-1925
$88,500
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An extremely rare and desirable antique Tiffany Co. sterling silver and copper inlay punch service. Consisting of a generous punch bowl, weighing an incredible 335 ounces, a plateau, twelve cups and a matching ladle, this magnificent service exhibit's the Asian-inspired influence of Edward C. Moore, the notable head of Tiffany's silver department for over two decades. All pieces are marked "TIFFANY & CO. of New York." The punchbowl and ladle are monogrammed with a Gothic "FG." Each cup is marked "Tiffany & Co. 16671 Makers 4731, Sterling Silver 925/1000 m." Excellent condition.

Circa 1906

335 oz.

Punchbowl: 15"diameter
Stand/plateau: 20 ½" diameter x 9 ½" high
Ladle: 15" long

Copper accents have been part of the decorative vocabulary of silver since the late 19th century. Faberge was one of the more prominent firms working with sterling and copper niello. Silver decorated with colored metals and alloys, including some based directly on Japanese formulas, began to appear among Tiffany & Company's Far Eastern designs in 1877. These pieces, and many after, feature both applied and inlaid copper, creating a highly dramatic effect.

Reference:
Tiffany Silver,/em>, 1978, Charles H. Carpenter, Jr. with Mary Grace Carpenter
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Maker: Tiffany & Co.
Period: 20th Century
Origin:America
Type:Punchbowls
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