STERLING SILVER-Tribute to Picasso-Hamilton Mint -PLATE

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  • Item Category: Metals
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 10,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
STERLING SILVER PLATE

Completely sealed & covered Comes in original box with certificate of authenticity~ as well as sheet for care of the Sterling.

Plate size 8"

Serial # 2147

Certified Nov. 1, 1972

The Hamilton Mint ~ Plate contains in excess of 9 troy ounces of .999 fine silver and was produced in a limited edition

The sculpture was faithfully rendered from the painting "Le Gourmet" created in 1901 by Pablo Picasso The original work is in the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., Chester Dale Collection

Sculptured by Internationally famed sculptor Alfred Brunettin

First Annual Christmas Plate

A simply beautiful piece of the child at the table with a bowl

The sterling alone would be worth over $ 120.00

T is some tarnish on the plate, but it has never ever come out of the casing and protective covering. Blue satin lines the plate box.

The blue satin on the inside cover does have some lightening to the satin due to light. (see pics.)

Beige box opens easily, no rips tears etc.

Wonderful rare piece~ I have only seen one other on ebay

I have two other "Picasso the tradgedy" sterling plates I will be listing.

These were purchased by us and stored for years.

Thanks so much for looking!!

Please feel free to email me re: any questions about this item!!

Sells to continental USA only ~ no international shipping

Sells as is, no expressed, written, or implied warranty

Not responsible for loss/damage due to shipping~ I will package well, please check feedback

would recommend insurance @ usps rates ~ it is optional and will be buyers responsibility

Again, thanks for looking and please feel free to ask any questions!!

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Sorry forgot to add, payment due within 7 days...thanks.

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