Victorian Frank W. Smith Sterling Silver Brides Basket
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Exquisite pierced sterling silver brides basket vase by Frank W. Smith. The basket flares out from a narrow base decorated with scrolling acanthus leaves. The sides are decorated with an intricate pierced motif and the upper border repeats the decoration at the foot. The handles is pierced and heavily decorated with scrolls and foliate designs that elaborate on the simpler foot and lip rims. The basket retains its original silverplate liner. Frank Smith was known for very high quality and superior materials. U.S. embassies used one of his flatware patterns for official diplomatic dinners. The bottom has Smiths older hallmark, the retailers mark Mermod & Jaccard (St. Louis), Sterling, and the pattern number 2214. Origin: America, 1892-1904. Condition: excellent, normal wear to plating of liner, no monogram. Size: 9-1/4 tall; 7-1/2 wide. Weight (without liner): 270.0 grams.
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- Ca. 1900
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