This lovely sterling tea pot was made by Gorham Silver Co and retailed by Black Starr & Gorham, circa 1940-1962. This tea pot features a beautiful rosewood handle and a hinged lid. This tea pot measures 10" tall X 7 1/2" wide and is in good condition despite 2 dents. *Call our store to process order. Historic District Antiques… 501-624-3370*
Hammered sterling silver tea and coffee service in Japanese style. Made by Gorham in 1905. This service comprises 1 teapot with hinged cover, 1 coffeepot with hinged cover, 1 creamer, 1 sugar with cover, and 1 waste bowl.
All pieces rest on foot ring, and have blossoming branch applied to hammered honeycomb ground, and branch-form bracket handles. Spouts are also branch form. ...click for details
Sterling silver heart bowl. Made by Gorham in 1948. Heart-form bottom with curved and tapering sides. Fancy repousse and pierced ornament. Rests on 3 ball feet. Perfect for Valentine’s Day. Fully hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: Height: 2 ½ in. Width: 8 in. Depth: 9 ½ in. Weight: 10 Troy Ounces. BG801
Sterling silver heart bowl. Made by Gorham in 1955. Heart-form bottom with curved and tapering sides. Fancy repousse and pierced ornament. Rests on 3 ball feet. Perfect for Valentine’s Day. Fully hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: Height: 2 ½ in. Width: 8 ½ in. Depth: 9 ½ in. Weight: 9.3 Troy Ounces. BE320
Sterling silver slotted spoon in Medallion pattern. Made by Gorham, C 1875. Tapering and curved handle terminating in circular bowl. Handle decorated with linear ornament, scrollwork, flower, and woman’s profile on medallion. Bowl has scalloped rim, piercing, and gilt residue. An early example of the historic Gorham pattern. (Medallion was first produced in 1864.) Fully hallmarked. Excellent condition.
Renaissance-style sterling silver mug. Made by Gorham in 1882. Unornamented body, foliate scroll handle, and reeded rim. Base has stylized Renaissance ornament. Modern Victorian design. Fully hallmarked. Condition: a few minor dings to handle. Otherwise very good.
Dimensions: Height: 3 3/8 in. Width (with handle):4 1/2 in. Diameter: 2 in. Weight: 5.5 Troy Ounces. BJ603
A set of four American sterling silver candlesticks designed in a classic Corinthian Column style featuring acanthus leaf detailing and then further adorned with beautiful beaded borders on the bobeshes and at the base of each. Made by Gorham Mfg. Corp., Providence, Rhode Island. Dated 1929, fully hallmarked, nice patina, excellent condition. Weighted, height 11 1/4", diameter at base 4 1/8" square.
A Large Sterling Silver Gorham "King George " (1894) Roast Carving Set. The Fork is 11", the Knife is 14.5" and the Sharpener is 13.75". The pin on the holding mechanism on the fork is slightly loose, but overall in very good condition.
An ornate repousse Gorham sterling silver miniature chamberstick. This candle holder measures 3-3/8" across the bottom and it stands 1-3/4" tall. It is stamped STERLING 181 with the Lion Anchor G Gorham mark along with the lion mark for 1891. It weighs 41.6 grams, and it is in excellent condition with no dents, bends, corrosion, losses, damage or repairs. All
items are thoroughly and conservatively graded and all condition issues are noted; all items are vintage or antique and ma ...click for details
A Pair of Sterling Candlesticks by Dominick and Haff with an Extensively Chased Design. They are 11" high and weigh 16.5 ounces each (33 ounces total)and are unweighted. From the early 1900's and in excellent condition. Note that there are a matching pair pair of tazzas available (Item number 1417).
A sterling silver 4-3/4" ice cream fork in the Baronial pattern, introduced in 1898 by Gorham. This fork is the old issue with the Gorham hallmarks and the 1898 patent date. It has a P monogram, and it weighs 19.6 grams. This item is in excellent vintage condition with no dents, bends, pattern wear, corrosion, losses, damage or repairs. All items are thoroughly and conservatively graded and all condition issues are noted; all items are vintage or antique and may have slight signs of gentle ...click for details
Vintage Gorham sterling silver triple entree server circa 1930. Three covered bowl sare joined to a tall handle. The server is 10 and one eighth inches H x 14.75 inches W on each side. Each compartment is 7 inches W x 2.25 inches D. Each lid finial is 5 inches H. The pattern, Maintenon, now obsolete, was named after Francoise d'Aubigne, the Marquise de Maintenon (1635-1719). The Marquise was a particular favorite of King Louis XIV. In the Maintenon pattern, Gorham's interpretation of Fre ...click for details
Vintage Gorham sterling silver tea and coffee service circa 1930. The pattern is Maintenon, named after Francoise d'Aubigne, the Marquise de Maintenon (1635-1719). The Marquise was a particular favorite of King Louis XIV. In the Maintenon pattern, Gorham's interpretation of French Baroque style is restrained, elegant, and timeless. This service consists of: coffeepot (9.75" W x 11.5" H); teapot (10.25" W x 9.75" H); cream pitcher (5.25" W x 6.75" H); covered ...click for details
An excellent reference book signed by the author, Charles H. Carpenter, Jr. and published in 1982 by Dodd Meade. The jacket has a few tears ( see photos) however, this hardcover is in nice tight condition. A fine history of the Gorham Company (Providence, Rhode Island) and their silverware products. There are 295 b&w photographs, 8 color plates, 40 photographs of marks, photographs of 313 flatware patterns. 332pp.