Graceful, sinuous, elegant, shiny silver plate dish by American Silver that dates to 1905.
A heavy molded metal dish that has been silver plated. It has a shallow foot and you can see the design reverse underneath. The design is of women’s heads on either end of the dish. The women have long flowing tresses which have become intertwined with lily pads that flow along the dish edge. The central well has a ring of tulips surrounding the central medallion with the letter J. It has been etched with the number (year) “05”. The dish is still shiny having much silver.
There is a mark on the base. It reads, “AMERICAN SILVER PLATE CO. QUADRUPLE” and the number “601”. Someone has etched their name below the mark.
13 ¼” (33.7 cm) long x 10” (25.4 cm) wide x 1 1/8” (2.9 cm) tall. Weighs 1 lb 4.6 oz (585 g)
There are silver losses and small wear scratches on the central well. There are no dents, cracks, or breaks. The dish is still shiny.
A beautiful, shiny example of Art Nouveau that will add elegance and substance to your décor from boudoir to parlor.
Art Nouveau American Silver Plate Co. Dish with Women and Lily Pads 1905