Tiffany & Co Chrysanthemum Salt and Pepper Shakers

  • This set of four salt and pepper shakers was created by Tiffany & Co.
  • The shakers feature the firms iconic Chrysanthemum pattern
  • The motif is distinguished by the intricately wrought namesake flowers
  • Over a century after its creation, Chrysanthemum is among Tiffany's most desirable patterns
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Item No. 30-8231

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This fine set of four Tiffany & Co. sterling silver salt and pepper shakers feature the coveted Chrysanthemum pattern. Introduced in 1878 and patented in 1880 (patent no. 11968), Chrysanthemum was the work of Charles T. Grosjean, one of the most influential silversmiths in Tiffany's history. Grosjean’s designs are among the most enduring of the Tiffany patterns and include Chrysanthemum, Lap-over-Edge, and English King. Chrysanthemum, however, found particular favor with Victorian socialites and new brides, despite the fact that it was one of the most expensive to create. The pattern was carried over to many forms of hollowware as well, which also enjoyed tremendous popularity. Because of the style and sophistication the pattern represents, Chrysanthemum is widely considered the greatest motif Tiffany & Co. ever produced. 

Marked "Tiffany & Co." with the initial "C" dating the creation of these shakers between 1902-1907

3 5/8" high x 1 5/8" diameter 
Tiffany & Co Chrysanthemum Salt and Pepper Shakers
Maker: Tiffany & Co.
Period: 20th Century
Origin: America
Type: Cruets/Salts
Diameter: 1.63 Inches
Depth: 1.63 Inches
Width: 1.63 Inches
Height: 3.63 Inches
Style: Art Nouveau

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