Victorian By Weidlich Tomato Server Intro 1935 In Sterling Silver
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Victorian By Weidlich Tomato Server Intro 1935 In Sterling Silver:
Offered for sale by Caspar’s Place is a large sterling silver tomato server in “Victorian” introduced in 1935 by Weidlich Brothers Manufacturing Co. This tomato server is the larger of two sizes made in this pattern. The serving portion is an interesting angular shape with beautiful piercings. The server is marked with Weidlich’s maker’s mark and “STERLING.”
Weidlich Brothers Manufacturing Co. (formerly Weidlich Sterling Spoon Company) was in business in Bridgeport, CT, from 1901 until 1952. They used an owl enclosing a “W” as their maker’s mark from 1915 until 1952.
The server is NOT monogrammed. It is in good estate condition, although with the patina of old tarnish and fine scratches to be expected with age and use. The piece’s price reflects its condition. This striking looking tomato server will make a lovely addition to any silver collection.
The tomato server weighs approximately 1.24 troy ounces. It is roughly 7.5” long and 2.75” wide.
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