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Up for your consideration is a piece of American history with this exquisite Wallace silver soldered pitcher, numbered 9430. Crafted with precision, this pitcher embodies the early 20th-century American tableware aesthetic, a time when elegance graced every dining occasion. Wallace Silversmiths, renowned for their quality craftsmanship since the 19th century, have left their indelible mark on this piece.


The pitcher's design features a classic, bulbous body that tapers elegantly to a narrow neck, crowned by a gracefully curving spout and complemented by a sculpted handle that ensures a comfortable grip. The base is distinguished by concentric circles, adding a subtle decorative touch that enhances its stability and allure.


Notably, this piece is silver soldered, an indication of its era and quality. Silver soldering, a method of joining silver pieces with a filler metal, was a hallmark of durability and craftsmanship in vintage silverware, setting it apart from its contemporaneously made counterparts.


While it bears the patina of time, with some tarnish and signs of use that authenticate its history, this pitcher remains a splendid example of Wallace's commitment to beauty and function. It serves not only as a vessel for liquids but as a testament to the era's artisanship.

Elegant Vintage Wallace Silver-Plated Soldered Pitcher (Early 20th Century)

  • Measurements

    9" H x 7.5" W x 5.25" D

  • Condition

    Good, obvious signs of tarnish that you can easily polish up. (refer to photos)

  • No returns or exchanges

    Buyer can contact seller about any issues with an order.

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