Tiffany Silver Flatware 1845-1905
When Dining was an Art
by William P. Hood, Roslyn Berlin, Edward Wawrynek
Based on research in the Tiffany Archives and elsewhere, this magnificent book discusses and illustrates the Tiffany patterns and various standard place and serving pieces and thoroughly covers uses for the unique and rare pieces. It's lavishly illustrated with photographs and original pattern drawings, and includes extensive descriptions. The book also covers the history of flatware of a bygone era and that of dining and food. We highly recommend this important book. Not only is it a great read, it is also a beautiful coffee table book and an extremely valuable resource for all silver enthusiasts. This is the finest book ever written on American silver flatware!!
Antique Cupboard/Roslyn Berlin contributed numerous pieces photographed for this book.
350-page hardcover book with hundreds of color photos.