Tiffany produced the Broom Corn pattern from 1890 until 1955. It is an interesting pattern with an unique motif. Broom corm is a sorghum-like plant the stalks of which are used to make brooms. This individual fish fork style is pictured on page 80 of the Hood book on Tiffany silver. There are two styles so please compare yours for an exact match. This version has fancy, flared, notched tines with wings that flare near the base. It is also shorter. The fork is 6 1/2" long and in excellent condition with no dings, dents, or buffing and it has never been monogrammed. The factory marks are incused and hard to read. It is marked Tiffany and Co, Sterling, pat 1890M. The price is for one and you can buy up to the number remaining. This is a hard to find place piece. Note we have the other style of slightly longer Broom Corn fish forks with plain tines listed as well. Please check them out. We are offering free shipping for this item. We have been in business for 30 years. Your satisfaction is guaranteed. Please e-mail us if you have any questions.
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