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Bride's baskets were popular wedding gifts at the turn of the 20th century. Some were made of pewter, brass or bronze but silver-plated versions, like this one that holds a peachblow bowl, were preferred. Collectors like American-made examples with a tight fit between basket and frame. Find out why.






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