We are pleased to offer this exceptional late 19th century Redlich sterling silver leaf and floral rim punch bowl.
The New York firm founded in 1890 by Ludwig Redlich. He had been a designer at Shiebler for nine years. Known for beautifully designed silver displaying superb finish detail.
Classic raised circular form.
The rim and base formed as beautifully pierced leaf and floral sprays. The individual flowers carved in exceptionally high relief. United by delicate leaf and vine streams.
Finest hand chased finish detail throughout. Never monogrammed.
Hallmarked as shown.
This fine c1895 Redlich sterling silver pierced floral punch bowl is 10 1/4 inches.
Exceptionally thick heavy guage sterling weighs 39 standard ounces.
Excellent condition. Rich, lustreous silver patina. Stands firm on table. The raised lea and floral sprays retain their original detail. Few faint scuffs to interior.
Please feel free to inquire directly about this or any item. We very much welcome your interest.
We are collectors first. As such quite easy to work with.
We combine items when shipping, saving you costs. Ship twice weekly. US Postal Service Express & Priority. Never ground. Fully insured. Almost always losing money by doing so.
We make great effort to accurately describe our silver. Returns are accepted, if either condition, country of origin or dating is significantly incorrect. We refund your shipping costs as well. Remember, the items you see are antiques. Hence, have an expected amount of wear. As such, returning an item because we failed to mention a few mild scuffs, nick or tiny bump is not acceptable. Nor do we accept returns based on buyer's remorse.
Massachusetts residents are subject to sales tax. We received favorable notice in the March 12th, 2006 New York Times. Page 8, Business Section, in a well written article on silver collecting. Copy furnished upon request.
From our personal collection, an elegant mid 19th century coin silver basket, from John and Edward Moore, of Tiffany fame. Illustrated in the cover article of May/June 2008 Silver Magazine, page 27.
Enjoy....and good fortune in your offerding.