Woodside Sterling Silver Water Pitcher/ Ewer in Art Nouveau Style from Early 20th Century
Woodside, sterling silver water pitcher, from the early 20th century, in Art Nouveau style, showcasing beautifully rendered dimensional flowers and leaves. It measures 8 1/3'' in height by 8 1/3'' from handle to spout by 6 3/4'' in depth, weighs 23.8 troy ounces, and bears hallmarks and a monogram as shown.
Woodside, a Rhode Island-based silversmith, specialized in producing holloware from 1896 to 1925. It was then succeeded by Richard M. Woods & Co.
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