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Silver-Plate & Bakelite Serving Tureen
$129.00
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CARE hand-wash
COLOR silver/cream/white
CONDITION Very Good; very minor age wear
DIMENSIONS 12" W x 6" H
ERA Vintage: 1910-1950
MADE IN USA
MADE OF silver plate/bakelite
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 27 - Aug 01
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
Todd and Gary have been scouring the Midwest for treasures and whimiscal pieces for much of their lives. When they aren't at home in their "stucco mansion", they can be found searching antique fairs, tag sales, and auctions... it is all about finding one of a kind beautiful pieces. Handpainted china, flow blue, Haviland, Dresden figurines, & sterling are just a few of the things they have a fervor for. "With over 50 years combined experience in antiques, you can truly say it is our passion
Why we love this
Meridan silver-plate round serving tureen with Bakelite handles. Piece is footed and has inner removable ring Maker's mark on base. Very minor age wear.
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