Tiffany & Co. Pair of Sterling Silver 1924 Vegetables Dishes in Art Deco Style and in Hampton Pattern ?
Tiffany & Co., pair of sterling silver vegetables dishes in pattern number 20346 from 1924, possibly in the Hampton pattern, and in Art Deco style with a wide-shaped, geometrically inclined, curvilinear rim. Each measures 11 1/2'' in length by 9 1/4'' in width by 1 2/3'' in height and bears hallmarks as shown. Total weight is 37.5 troy ounces.
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