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Silver in America, 1840-1940

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Silver in America, 1840-1940

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Product Information

Era:

Contemporary; 1990s

Condition:

Very Good; some wear

Materials:

paper

Size:

9.25" L x 1.5" W x 12" H

Color/Finish:

black/multi

Why We Love This

Silver in America, 1840-1940: A Century of Splendor by Charles L. Venable. Harry N Abrams, Inc., 1997. 354 pages. 264 illustrations, 125 in full color. The book examines the dramatic developments in the production of American fine silver, including companies like Gorham, Tiffany Co., Shiebler, and others, analyzing the ups and downs of changing fashions and tastes in America during the period.
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Why We Love This

Silver in America, 1840-1940: A Century of Splendor by Charles L. Venable. Harry N Abrams, Inc., 1997. 354 pages. 264 illustrations, 125 in full color. The book examines the dramatic developments in the production of American fine silver, including companies like Gorham, Tiffany Co., Shiebler, and others, analyzing the ups and downs of changing fashions and tastes in America during the period.

About DNU - Agtracker

Ruy Hermosillo has been selling fine art and antiques in the Los Angeles area since 2000. His major areas of interest and knowledge are antique silver, art, and jewelry. He's a product of the 1960s, so he loves all Mid-Century Modern furniture, art, and decorative items. He tries his best to have happy customers and long-lasting business relationships.