1975 VICTORIAN ROCOCO REVIVAL KING FRANCIS REED & BARTON SYRUP PITCHER CREAMER for sale
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1975 AMERICAN ROCOCO REVIVAL BY REED & BARTON " KING FRANCIS "
Rococo Revival – The American Victorian era was long one, lasting from 1840 to 1900. During that time, several distinct furniture styles became the popular choice for homes. Each of these styles was revival of an earlier period, but distinctly embellished for the décor of the Victorian home. The first part of the Victorian period is characterized as Rococo Revival. The graceful curving lines of Rococo Revival reflect the American public’s fascination with the French style, especially the Louis XV style. Such elements as cabriole legs, scroll feet, sculptured contours, and intricate carvings were popular, along with delicately carved clusters of fruits, vegetables and flowers. Impressive example of the high quality and impressive detail American silversmiths are capable to accomplish this luscious elaborated design released in 1975 as all American answer to the demanding market avid for distinctive statement of taste and sophistication with all the flavor of this flamboyant time "KING FRANCIS pattern designed by one of the most prestigious and acclaimed silversmiths worldwide... Reed & Barton For your consideration the pedestal creamer syrup pitcher in very good conditions showing no plate loss no monogram no dents minor nicks mostly to the lower handle as pictured strong handle nice soft patina perfectly clean inside no corrosion no pitting no repairs 1/2" tall lbs. Stamped REED & BARTON 1650 KING FRANCIS SHIPS WORLDWIDE
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