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Tiffany Early 20th Century Sterling Silver Arts & Crafts Console Bowl

Tiffany Early 20th Century Sterling Silver Arts & Crafts Console Bowl
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$385.00

Lacking a specific definition, console bowls are generally low and wide items, well-suited to hold fruit or decorative arrangements, and that is the case with this item.

It measures 7" across, stands 2" tall, has a tapering body that rests on a 2 3/4" wide base, and weighs a robust 11.8 T. oz.

Made by Tiffany & Company, it is so marked on the underside, along with "Sterling Silver," "925/1000," and an "m" for John C. Moore II, director from 1907-47.

It carries the model number "18941," introduced in 1921, and mirrors the Arts and Crafts sensibilities of the period.

Plain walled, it has an applied single and double lined, concave, rim. The interior base is domed.

In sum, it is reflects the clean, uncluttered, stylistic sensibilities that reflect the modernistic trends of its period.

Without a monogram or inscription, it remains in remarkably fine condition. Free of dents or other surface wear save for one nick on the interior wall, it sits evenly and retains an overall lustrous surface.

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