Silver : An American Art Form
Object Name:
Compote
Date:
c 1870
Description:
Top platter portion is dipped with a round depjression in the center, much the same as a saucer depression; the bouge is banded with an arabesque and flower (chrysanthemums and daisies); foot section consists of same flower and arabesque band; four tapered feet ornamented with flowers, stems and leaves; on the bottom: a capital letter "P" in a diamond; above that "PAIR POINT MF'G CO."; below the P, in three lines: "QUADRUPLE/PLATE/1216"; maker was also associated with New Bedford, Mass two tendrils; side has molded profile with a base ring; Anglo-Japanese.
Object ID:
1997.5.75
Dimensions:
H-4.375 Dia-10.5 inches
Material:
Silverplate
Made:
Pairpoint Mf'g. Co.
Place of Origin:
USA/Illinois/Chicago
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