Rare 1850s Tiffany & Co. Weddle House Hotel, Cleveland Footed Dish
Simply beautiful antique c. 1850s/60s Tiffany & Co. silver plate footed bowl for the Weddle House Hotel in Cleveland, Ohio.
The Weddle House was the best known of the early hotels built in Cleveland in the first half of the 19th century. opened in 1847, and was a 5-story brick-and-sandstone structure with about 200 rooms, including offices, stores, several parlors, and a large dining room on the first 2 floors. In 1904 the original portion of the hotel was razed and replaced by the Rockefeller Building.
This fancy old piece has "Weddle House" engraved on the front. The bowl has beautiful hand engraving and the feet consist of some type of animal faces and are quite ornate.
The bowl has the early Tiffany marks on the base indicating the year to be from the 1850s/60s.
It measures 5-3/4" in diameter and 3-1/2" tall.
Superb condition with a bright patina!
Really stunning Tiffany and hotel silver collectible piece.
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