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Sugar bowl, of five-piece hot beverage service

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The vessel is composed of two wide truncated cones of differing sizes that have been stamped in a narrow pattern of panels and soldered together at their widest points. A conforming foot is soldered below. A seperate lid has a narrow band of panels below the hollow stamped finial. A hollow...

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Inscription

None.

Marks

“[Reed & Barton trademark] / STERLING / 985 / [eagle]” struck incuse on base of sugar bowl.

Provenance

Original owner unknown; sold to the Museum by Kurland-Zabar of New York City in 1990.

Credit Line

Gift of The Seminarians

1928

Object Place

Taunton, Massachusetts, United States

Dimensions

10.3 x 16 cm (4 1/16 x 6 5/16 in.)

Accession Number

1990.323.5a-b

Medium or Technique

Silver, ivory

Collections

Americas

Classifications

Silver hollowware