Antique Gorham Chantilly Sterling Silver 925 Serving Spoon Sauce Ladle 5.5" 41g


$59.50

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Description

Antique Gorham sterling silver soup or sauce ladle, monogrammed with an S by Traub Brothers. “The Gorham Manufacturing Company is one of America’s largest manufacturers of silver-plate and sterling pieces, along with a foundry for bronze sculpture. Gorham got it’s start in 1831 with Jabez Gorham in partnership with Henry Webster. The two founded the silver company in Gorham’s hometown of Providence, Rhode Island. Their beginning was as a manufacturer of coin-silver flatware in which Gorham started to gain acclaim, especially in 1859 once the flatware was selected by Mary Todd Lincoln for the White House. In 1863, Gorham was a major player in plated silver. In 1868, they had made the switch from coin silver for sterling silver and produced everything from knives, forks and spoons, to other desired pieces such as coffee pots and serving bowls. Again, highly desired by several White House administrations, Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant asked Gorham to commemorate the country’s one-hundredth anniversary with a spectacular century vase.”

Condition

Good Overall - Some Tarnish.

Dimensions

5.5” x 2” / 41.4 g (Length x Width/Weight)