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Coffee Pot, Creamer and Sugar Bowl
English: Coffee pot, creamer, and sugar bowl

Edward Chandler Moore (designer)
Manufactured by Tiffany & Co
Silver, with applied base metals

Moore was chief designer and supervisor of Tiffany's silver manufactory from 1868 to 1890. His designs used Oriental and naturalistic ornament. The coffee pot is based on Islamic models while the applied decoration on these pieces imitates Japanese sword furniture. Charles Louis Tiffany (1812-1902) started his New York business in 1837, selling fancy goods. In about 1850 he and his partners began specialising in silverware and jewellery. By about 1880 the firm was one of the major decorative arts businesses in America with an international reputation.

Collection ID: M.26 to C-1970

This photo was taken as part of Britain Loves Wikipedia in February 2010 by David Jackson.

Date Photographed in February 2010(2010-02)
Source Originally uploaded at http://www.britainloveswikipedia.org/
Author David Jackson


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