Tiffany & Co. Marquise Flatware Service, 137 Pieces

  • This exceptional Tiffany & Co. silver flatware service for 12 displays the refined Marquise pattern
  • Introduced in 1902, Marquise is among Tiffany’s most beloved motifs
  • The service comes housed in its custom-fitted Tiffany & Co. case
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Item No. 31-5747

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This exceptional sterling silver 137-piece flatware service for 12 by Tiffany and Co. is crafted in the refined Marquise pattern. Marquise is among Tiffany’s most classically-inspired motifs. The pattern was designed by premier Tiffany artisan Paulding Farnham, a gifted sculptor who studied the art of silversmithing directly under Edward C. Moore, head designer at Tiffany & Co. from 1868 to 1891. His talent is evident in the Marquise pattern, which exhibits a simple and delicate beaded border. The pattern was designed in 1902 and has long been discontinued, making pieces extremely difficult to acquire. Farnham was responsible for Tiffany’s most elaborate works during his tenure and was called upon to create such important commissions as the Admiral Dewey presentation sword and the famed Adams Gold Vase housed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The service comes housed in its custom-fitted Tiffany & Co. case.

Case: 17 3/4" wide x 12 1/2" deep x 9 1/4" high

This set is comprised of:
12 entrée knives
12 luncheon knives
12 entrée forks
12 entrée fish forks
12 oyster forks
12 demitasse spoons
12 table spoons
12 luncheon forks
12 gumbo spoons
12 flat handle butter knives
2 serving forks
6 serving spoons
4 piece carving set (1 steel, 2 carving forks, 2 carving knives)
1 pie server
1 sugar tong
1 gravy ladle
1 sugar spoon
Tiffany & Co. Marquise Flatware Service, 137 Pieces
Maker: Tiffany & Co.
Period: 20th Century
Origin: America
Type: Flatware
Depth: 12.5 Inches
Width: 17.75 Inches
Height: 9.25 Inches
Tiffany & Co. Marquise Flatware Service, 137 Pieces
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