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Fish Set – Tiffany & Co – Grape Vine, Sterling

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Tiffany & Co (United States, Est 1837)
Edward C. Moore (American, 1827-1891)

‘Grapevine’ Fish Set
sterling silver
(fork) 9 ½” long x 2 ⅞” wide
(server) 12 ¾” long x 2 ⅝” wide

Summary: American Aesthetic Period ‘Vine’ (‘Grape’/ ‘Grapevine’) fish set, inclusive of a serving fork and knife, in the Japanese taste, modelled by Edward C. Moore for Tiffany & Co., c. 1871 and in production until 1904. The modelling is fine with a raied and delineated pattern of grape vines on a stippled ground. Hood notes that Vine is considered the first pattern to achieve three-dimensionality, the design “growing” around the form as a vine clings to its support.

Markings: raised makers mark on stem, verso, “TIFFANY & CO / STERLING / M” circa 1869-1891

Condition: Antique, Excellent Condition
For Accuracy: an antique it may show expected light signs of age. The detailing is very fine with a warm rich patina.

Reference: Tiffany Silver Flatware 1845-1905, William P. Hood Jr. pp 186-189; 194; 200-201 ‘Vine’

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Fish Set – Tiffany & Co – Grape Vine, Sterling