Dominick & Haff Sterling Silver 1897 Centerpiece Bowl in Art Nouveau Style
Dominick & Haff sterling silver centerpiece bowl from 1897 in Art Nouveau style with ornamental roses, other flowers, and leaves in high relief on the scalloped edges of this beautiful piece. It measures 16'' in length by 13 1/4'' in width by 3 1/2'' in height, weighs 34.3 troy ounces, and bears hallmarks and a monogram as shown.
Dominick & Haff was an American silver manufacturer based in New York City. It was co-founded by Henry Blanchard Dominick and Leroy B. Haff in 1872, incorporated in 1889, and it was sold to Reed & Barton in 1928. The firm designed pots, mugs, centerpieces, spoons, tea sets and kettles. Examples can be seen at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum, Cooper Hewitt, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and the Rhode Island School of Design Museum.
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