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AN AMERICAN SILVER CENTERPIECE BOWL PRESENTED TO ENRICO CARUSO
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AN AMERICAN SILVER CENTERPIECE BOWL PRESENTED TO ENRICO CARUSO

MARK OF BAILEY, BANKS AND BIDDLE, PHILADELPHIA, CIRCA 1919

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AN AMERICAN SILVER CENTERPIECE BOWL PRESENTED TO ENRICO CARUSO
MARK OF BAILEY, BANKS AND BIDDLE, PHILADELPHIA, CIRCA 1919
Circular, on circular pedestal foot with pierced border of acanthus and shells, the body chased with panels of fish scales and shells, acanthus and laurel garlands, with pierced everted rim, the body engraved Enrico Caruso 1894-1919, the interior gilt, with domed gilt brass grille, marked under base
18 ½ in. (46.3 cm.) diameter; 148 oz. 10 dwt. (4,632 gr.)

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The bowl commemorates Enrico Caruso's (1873 -1921) operatic career which spanned 25 years and included 863 appearances at the New York Metropolitan Opera.

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