Three-piece Reed & Barton Sterling Silver "The Diamond" Pattern Coffee Service with Associated Tray
- Sold for:
- European Furniture & Decorative Arts - 2888B
- Date / Time :
- April 08, 2016 10:00AM
Three-piece Reed & Barton Sterling Silver "The Diamond" Pattern Coffee Service with Associated Tray, Massachusetts, mid-20th century, finial and body of elongated diamond-shape, with angular rattan-wrapped handles to pots, comprising coffeepot, covered sugar, creamer and sterling-rimmed Reed & Barton circular tray, ht. of coffeepot 11 3/4, tray dia. 14 3/4 in., approx. 45.8 troy oz. weighable silver.
Note: "The Diamond" pattern was launched by Reed & Barton in 1958 and was a collaborative effort between the designers Gio Ponti and John Prip. Prip was given the task of designing the hollowware while Ponti was the inspiration behind the flatware. Although designer John Prip was born in New York City, he was raised in Denmark. He returned to the United States and was hired by Reed and Barton in 1957.
In good general condition with only scattered minor abrasions, particularly to tray. Tray wrapped in sticky saran wrap with residue to rim and surface. Sugar finial bent very slightly. Creamer with small dent to center of body.
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