SOLD ITEM 6229 - Victoria Silver shop silver and copper water pitcher 482

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RARE Victoria Silver shop sterling silver and copper water pitcher number 482. Mexican Taxco copper and silver water pitcher from the "Victoria shop" Circa 1945 to 1950 by Ana Maria Nunex de Brilanti. See Mexican silver by Penny Chittim Morrill and Carole A. Berk page pages 118-127. This piece is hall marked on the base with the Victoria Taxco Mexico 482 mark. Measures 7 and one half inches high and weighs 2.4 pounds. There are a some use marks and the top rim has a minor indentation.
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