Tiffany Sterling Silver
Posted March 19, 2013 | 0 favorites
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We'll examine the proposition that collecting antique (and I do mean antique) Tiffany wares, especially sterling, allows you to get in with lower priced pieces and still position yourself to benefit by being able to sell at a profit as you move up the value chain. We'll look at some very early Tiffany sterling from the 1850's, checking the marks for dating, and consider changes in style thru the Victorian period with the Japanese inspired spectacular works by Edward Chandler Moore, and then we'll look at some early 20th century examples that are prime for the price appreciation you should expect as items turn 100 years old.
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