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Art Nouveau Iris Flower Silver Overlay Water Pitcher by La Pierre

$2,400

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Large turn-of-the-century Art Nouveau glass water pitcher with engraved silver overlay. Faceted glass body with asymmetrical and castellated helmet mouth. Silver overlay in form of trellis arcade inset with loose and fluid irises. Scroll handle in silver collar as is foot ring. Glass is clear. Handle marked “Sterling” with La Pierre maker’s stamp.

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