Featured Pattern - Spring 2005
Chrysanthemum by Tiffany & Co.
Tiffany & Co.'s
Chrysanthemum pattern is one of the
most magnificent and celebrated sterling silver designs of the 19th century. Originally called
Indian Chrysanthemum, this pattern was designed by Charles Grosjean and released in 1880.
Indian Chrysanthemum was discontinued in 1934. The word “Indian” was dropped from the pattern’s name when the pattern was later reintroduced. Each piece in this weighty sterling pattern features a design that
elegantly incorporates elements of nature, which were popular in the applied arts during the mid and latter half of the 19th century. During a time that was noted for heavy ornamentation, nature would often serve as inspiration for great design.
Chrysanthemum represents one of the last great designs of the Victorian period.
In addition to traditional place setting and serving pieces, Replacements, Ltd. carries several hard-to-find hollowware pieces from the
Chrysanthemum pattern, including this water kettle and stand. This rare piece weighs 89.68 troy ounces and stands 13 3/4 inches tall to the top of the handle. It also showcases a beautifully inscribed monogram that reads "JSC." Indeed, this piece would be a distinctive (and rare) addition to anyone’s silver service.
Click here to order online via our secure order form this outstanding kettle and stand. Follow the links below to explore a variety of flatware and hollowware pieces, with or without monograms, in this striking floral pattern.
Click here to see our entire non-monogrammed flatware selection in this pattern, and to order online via our secure form!
Click here to see our entire monogrammed flatware selection in this pattern, and to order online via our secure form!
Click here to see our entire monogrammed hollowware selection in this pattern, and to order online via our secure form!
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