Tiffany & Co. Persian Flatware Service, 140 Pieces

  • This complete flatware service for 12 was crafted by the renowned Tiffany & Co.
  • The set contains 140 pieces, each of which boasts the exceptionally rare Persian pattern
  • Introduced in 1872, Persian reflects the contemporary obsession with Eastern design
  • The elegant service comes housed in its custom-fitted Tiffany & Co. case
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Item No. 30-8027

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This sterling silver flatware service by Tiffany & Co. was crafted in the exceptionally rare Persian pattern. Containing 140 total pieces, the service includes a full array of flatware for lunch and dinner, each one adorned with a complex repoussé design. The service for 12 comes complete housed in its custom Tiffany & Co. fitted case.

The Persian pattern was developed and patented in 1872 by Tiffany's lead designer, Edward C. Moore. Highly important in Tiffany's history, Moore was an avid traveler with a passion for Eastern design. His collection of art from Persian, India, China and Japan inevitably influenced his designs for Tiffany, with Persian being one of the most magnificent and opulent of his Near Eastern-inspired motifs. Today, it is among Tiffany's rarest and most coveted patterns, and it remains as beautiful and exotic today as it was over a century ago.

Marked "Tiffany & Co. Sterling Pat. 1872" with date mark "T" used between 1891 and 1902

Case: 6 1/2" high x 23" wide x 20" deep

This service contains:
12 dinner knives
12 lunch knives
12 breakfast knives
12 dinner forks
12 lunch forks
12 fish forks
12 teaspoons
12 tablespoons
12 soup spoons
12 demitasse spoons
12 afternoon teaspoons
a 5-piece carving set
a soup ladle
a gravy ladle
a sugar sifter
Tiffany & Co. Persian Flatware Service, 140 Pieces
Maker: Tiffany & Co.
Period: 19th Century
Origin: America
Type: Flatware
Depth: 20.0 Inches
Width: 23.0 Inches
Height: 6.5 Inches

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