1880s Derby Stover Quadruple Silver Plate Victorian Server Ornate Edge Butterfly

$84.95

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SKU: 2334 Categories: ,

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7153392556 SKU: 2334

ITEM TITLE 1880s Derby Stover Quadruple Silver Plate Victorian Server Ornate Edge Butterfly

  • Condition: Pre-owned
  • Notes: This server is in nice shape with only some minor dents and scratches. There is a nice patina around the base and on the lid. The inside is white which means something was put over the metal on the inside. On the inside the base is discolored. The top rim is a little bent and there is little to no rust on this server.
  • Type: Pitchers & Jugs
  • Age: Unknown
  • Composition: Silverplate
  • Maker: Derby Stover

For your consideration is this Victorian c1880s quadruple plate pitcher. The design features butterflies, flowers and a bird. It is 13 1/4″ tall and 7″ in diameter at the base. It was made by Derby Silver Co. in approximately 1880 because there is a patent on May 11, 1880 which is marked underneath the lid. There is a mark on the base that reads Derby Silver Co. Quadruple Plate 2002. This server is in nice shape with only some minor dents and scratches. There is a nice patina around the base and on the lid. The inside is white which means something was put over the metal on the inside. On the inside the base is discolored. The top rim is a little bent and there is little to no rust on this server. This is a great piece that would be a wonderful addition to your collection.

2334 RP


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