*Tiffany & Co. 1902-1907 New York Art Nouveau Pair of convertible candelabras in .925 sterling silver
*Tiffany & Co. 1902-1907 New York Art Nouveau Pair of convertible candelabras in .925 sterling silver
*Tiffany & Co. 1902-1907 New York Art Nouveau Pair of convertible candelabras in .925 sterling silver
*Tiffany & Co. 1902-1907 New York Art Nouveau Pair of convertible candelabras in .925 sterling silver
*Tiffany & Co. 1902-1907 New York Art Nouveau Pair of convertible candelabras in .925 sterling silver
*Tiffany & Co. 1902-1907 New York Art Nouveau Pair of convertible candelabras in .925 sterling silver
*Tiffany & Co. 1902-1907 New York Art Nouveau Pair of convertible candelabras in .925 sterling silver
*Tiffany & Co. 1902-1907 New York Art Nouveau Pair of convertible candelabras in .925 sterling silver
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*Tiffany & Co. 1902-1907 New York Art Nouveau Pair of convertible candelabras in .925 sterling silver

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Pair of three-arms candelabras designed by Tiffany & Co.

A beautiful and rare antique Art Nouveau / Edwardian era pieces, created at the tiffany studios in New York city between the 1902-1907. They was crafted under the directory of Charles T. Cook in solid sterling silver .925/.999 with a fluted repousse trumpet plain patterns.

They are convertible, can be dismounted to be used as a single or with three candles.

They has a combined weight of 1796.3 grams or 57.72 troy ounces and has a measures of 12.5 by13.6 by 5.3 inches (31.75 x 34.55 x 13.46 Cm).

Both are stamped at the bottom part, with the, maker's mark, the director's mark "C" Charles T. Cookthe model 4619 and pattern number and signed in full, "TIFFANY & CO. 13434 MAKERS 4619 STERLING SILVER .925-1000 c".

In addition, they are hand engraved with the maker's initials D.K and the inventory set number 02/20.

Note: Tiffany silver hollowware and flatware is generally marked Tiffany & Co and generally includes date letters indicating the period it was made. Flatware also usually includes a pattern number. The first date letter "M (old English) used by Tiffany’s represented Edward C. Moore, who was the head of tiffany's silver operations until 1891. after his death, the date letters were based on the initial of the current tiffany president; 1891-1902 Charles L. Tiffany (T), 1902-1907 Charles T. Cook (C), 1907-1947 John C. Moore (M), 1947-1955 Louis De Bian Moore (B), 1955-ca.1965 William T. Lusk (L).

Note: This pair is solid .925 sterling silver, no cement or fillers for weighting.

A very rare pair in impeccable condition with no restorations, no monograms engraved, and with no dents or dings. 

INVENTORY REF: D0000MOAE/.1111


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