Tiffany Coin Silver Acorn Spout Pitcher C1853 Earliest Tiffany G&w For Sale
IMPORTANT TIFFANY COIN SILVER OAK LEAF AND ACORN PITCHER; GROSJEAN & WOODARD FOR TIFFANY, c1853; EXCELLENT CONDITION
We are pleased to offer this museum worthy c1853 Tiffany coin silver oak leaf pitcher.
From Grosjean and Woodward, made for Tiffany.
The piece bears one f the earliest known Tiffany silver marks, used c1853. See Carpenter.
Classic inverted pear.
Beautifully hand carved shell cap vine framed oval medallion. Gothic "Paine" to centre. Flanked by raised leaf and floral sprays. Carved in exceptionally high relief.
The gently scalloped rim with rough panel gadroon surface, finished with cascading acanthus panels.
Boldly fashioned oak leaf and acorn spout.
This important c1853 Tiffany acorn and oak leaf spout pitcher is 6 inches tall and weighs 10 (standard) ounces.
Hallmarked as shown. This is the earliest G&W for Tiffany hallmark. Illustrated in Carpenter page 213.
Excellent condition. Rich, lustreous silver patina throughout. The floral and shell work retains its original crisp, hand chased detail. Stands firm on table.
For the discerning collector of the earliest Tiffany silver ever made. A museum worthy c1853 Tiffany coin silver leaf and acorn spout cream pitcher. From Grosjean &Woodward for Tiffany. Excellent condition.
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