Chrysanthemum (c1880) Tiffany’s luxurious Chrysanthemum silver was designed in 1880 by Charles Grosjean. With its flowing curves, swirling vegetation, meandering tendrils, and exotic blossoming flowers, Chrysanthemum is characteristic of The Tiffany Style or Art Nouveau, as the naturalistic style is now commonly known. The rich and graceful flowering motifs of Chrysanthemum were undoubtedly influenced by founder Louis Comfort Tiffany. They make Chrysanthemum the most sumptuous of any American pattern.
Chrysanthemum by Tiffany and Co
Stunning Chrysanthemum by Tiffany & Co. sterling silver footed covered vegetable dish. This dish features four large chrysanthemum feet, two side handles, and a handle on the cover. The piece is marked #5713-5957 and has a date mark M for 1873-91.
The dish measures 12 x 8 1/2 x 7 tall, and weighs 61.3 troy ounces. It has an elaborate vintage monogram with chrysanthemums and leaves (see photos). This dish is in excellent condition. An extraordinary piece!
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