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Creator: Redlich & Co.
Pair of Antique Georgian Style Redlich & Co. Sterling Silver 9-Inch Candlesticks
By Redlich & Co.
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine pair of antique candlesticks or candleholders. By Redlich & Co. In sterling silver. Model no. 2143. Each with a stepped base, robust baluster stem, and removable bobeches....
Category

Early 20th Century American Georgian Redlich and Co

Materials

Silver

Sterling Silver Compote
By Redlich & Co.
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Being offered is a sterling silver compote by Redlich & Company. It has an ornate edge and matching base. An elaborate pattern of different flowers and leaves interspersed with cut...
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1910s American Vintage Redlich and Co

Materials

Sterling Silver

Ludwig, Redlich & Co. Sterling Silver 1890s Centerpiece Bowl Art Nouveau Style
By Redlich & Co.
Located in New York, NY
LudwiRedlich sterling silver centerpiece bowl from the early 1890s with a pierced rim adorned with floral motifs and in Art Nouveau style. It measures 12 7/8'' in diameter (inner dia...
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1890s American Art Nouveau Antique Redlich and Co

Materials

Silver, Sterling Silver

Mid 20th Century Fauvist Style Figurative Nude Oil Painting
By Redlich & Co.
Located in W Allenhurst, NJ
Great period piece. 1962. Signed and dated. Redlich. Nude woman in red turbin.
Category

Mid-20th Century Unknown Modern Redlich and Co

Materials

Paint

Antique American Edwardian Classical Sterling Silver Bowl
By Redlich & Co., Cowell & Hubbard Silver Co.
Located in New York, NY
Edwardian Classical sterling silver bowl. Made by Redlich & Co. in New York, circa 1900. Tapering sides and flared rim; applied and pierced rim with cast leafing scrolls and flowers....
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Early 20th Century American Edwardian Redlich and Co

Materials

Sterling Silver

Redlich & Co. Sterling Silver & Cut Glass Antler Twin Handled Jar Cigar Humidor
By Redlich & Co.
Located in Gardena, CA
Redlich & Co. sterling silver & cut glass antler twin handled jar cigar humidor circa 1900. Antler to the twin handles and finial of the silver lid. Cut vertical designs to the bo...
Category

19th Century Antique Redlich and Co

Materials

Sterling Silver

American Classical Cut-Glass Water Pitcher with Big-Game Horn Handle
By Redlich & Co.
Located in New York, NY
Edwardian Classical water pitcher. Made by Redlich in New York, ca 1890. Clear cut-glass with bead-and-reel bands on bowl and brilliant star on underside; Neck faceted and notched wi...
Category

Late 19th Century American Edwardian Antique Redlich and Co

Materials

Sterling Silver

19th Century Redlich & Co American Victorian Sterling Silver Tray
By Redlich & Co.
Located in Forney, TX
An exquisite antique decorative sterling silver tray with heavy repose flower and leaf pierced openwork motif by Redlich & Co. New York, NY. Engraved "Happy New Year" "From APF 1896"...
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19th Century American Antique Redlich and Co

Materials

Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver Vase
By Redlich & Co.
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Proudly offering this gorgeous sterling silver vase from the early twentieth century by the Redlich Silver Company. It has a striking shape with paneling— six panels in total and is...
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Early 1900s American Antique Redlich and Co

Materials

Sterling Silver

Sterling Art Nouveau Compotes
By Redlich & Co.
Located in Brooklyn, NY
The edge is scalloped and has bouquets of flowers intertwined creating an open-work design. The free-flowing flowers are quintessential Art Nouveau as they draw on nature for inspira...
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1890s American Antique Redlich and Co

Materials

Sterling Silver

Sterling Vase
By Redlich & Co.
Located in Brooklyn, NY
This exceptional sterling silver vase is being offered. It’s very rare to find a vase this size and in this condition. It’s a feast for the eyes; cutout work allows the cobalt to shi...
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Early 1900s American Antique Redlich and Co

Materials

Sterling Silver

Sterling Cream and Sugar
By Redlich & Co.
Located in Brooklyn, NY
We are delighted to offer this sterling silver cream and sugar bowl set by Redlich & Co, NY. A classic design that works in any decor; just a ...
Category

1920s American Vintage Redlich and Co

Materials

Sterling Silver

Sterling Compotes
By Redlich & Co.
Located in Brooklyn, NY
These sterling compotes are simply gorgeous! Old-world charm and detail at its finest. The top surface is flat which is ideal for cookies or pastries...
Category

1930s American Vintage Redlich and Co

Materials

Sterling Silver

Oblong Dish by Redlich & Co
By Redlich & Co.
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Unlike your usual round or oval, this dish has an oblong shape. Beautiful and detailed work covers all four sides: flowers, swirls and cutout work galore. For those that like their s...
Category

1930s American Vintage Redlich and Co

Materials

Sterling Silver

Oval Dish with Divider
By Redlich & Co.
Located in Brooklyn, NY
We are just loving this dish with a divider. Great for entertaining; chocolates on one side and nuts in the other or maybe olives on one side and pickles in the other, either way, it...
Category

1910s American Vintage Redlich and Co

Materials

Sterling Silver

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Painting of a Nude Woman, American Mid 20th Century
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Pair of American Edwardian Classical Sterling Low Candlesticks
By Redlich & Co., Black, Starr & Gorham
Located in New York, NY
Pair of Edwardian Classical sterling silver candlesticks. Made by Redlich in New York. Each: Tapering socket mounted with pierced, inset, and straight sides; knop on domed foot. Bead...
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By Redlich & Co.
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Pair of Cartier American Sterling Silver and Glass Hurricane Lamps
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Redlich Bowl
By Redlich & Co.
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Clusters of flowers adorn the inner part of the bowls edge while the rim has a scalloped finish. The floral motif is reminiscent of Louis XIV styled molding, rich and decadent. Go ah...
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1930s American Vintage Redlich and Co

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Redlich Bowl
Redlich Bowl
H 2.5 in Dm 11 in
Antique American Brilliant-Cut Glass and Sterling Silver Vase
By Redlich & Co.
Located in New York, NY
Edwardian brilliant-cut glass vase with sterling silver collar. Made by Redlich in New York, circa 1900. Waisted cylinder with dense fans, stars, diaper and facets. Collar has dense ...
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By Redlich & Co.
Located in Brooklyn, NY
These sterling candlesticks have four shell designs around the top and an etched line going down to the base. They have a understated elegance to them. The bobeches comes off for eas...
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Redlich & Co. furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Redlich & Co. furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of sterling silver and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Redlich & Co. furniture, although silver editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Redlich & Co. were created in the modern style in north america during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Graff, Washbourne & Dunn, Shreve, Crump & Low, and Theodore B. Starr. Prices for Redlich & Co. furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $535 and can go as high as $4,995, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $1,925.
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