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Silver & Blue Enamel Compote

The Montecito Collection

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Silver & Blue Enamel Compote
Silver & Blue Enamel Compote
Silver & Blue Enamel Compote
Silver & Blue Enamel Compote
Silver & Blue Enamel Compote
Silver & Blue Enamel Compote

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Product Information

Vintage; 1960s
Very Good; one small chip on the enamel
4.75" W x 7" H

Why We Love This

Reed Barton silverplate pedestal dish with rare brilliant blue glaze. The explosion of color that pervaded silverware in the 1960s was a reaction to 1950s Scandinavian enamelware. In 1961, Reed Barton came out with Color Glaze, an enamel-like translucent painted finish developed primarily by craftsman John Prip. Marked "Reed Barton 141." The original Reed Barton sticker is attached.
As described by The Montecito Collection

About The Montecito Collection

A lifelong treasure hunter, Carrie Ginsburg has scoured streets from Hong Kong to Africa in search of rare and interesting finds. After settling into the enclave of Montecito, CA, Carrie now works with clients to curate their collections and add to their decor with pieces from grand estates in the area.