Whiting Sterling Silver 1911 Pitcher Jug in Art Deco Style
Whiting sterling silver pitcher in elegant, Art Deco style from 1911, with an engraving dedicated to a horse racing contest. It measures 14 2/3'' in height by 9 1/2'' from handle to spout by 7 1/2'' in depth, weighs 39.2 ozt, and bears hallmarks as shown.
Originally in Massachusetts, Whiting Manufacturing Company relocated to New York in 1875. The company was purchased by Gorham in 1924 and the production transferred to Providence, Rhode Island. Whiting had relatively small production output but produced exceptional handmade silverware in relatively small quantities. The Company's most famous and important designer was Charles Osborne. In the 1880's he worked for Tiffany for a period of time before returning to Whiting. His designs are some of the most important of the American aesthetic movement.
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