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19th-C. Gorham Sterling Knives, S/11

Nancy's Fancy Antiques

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19th-C. Gorham Sterling Knives, S/11
19th-C. Gorham Sterling Knives, S/11
19th-C. Gorham Sterling Knives, S/11
19th-C. Gorham Sterling Knives, S/11
19th-C. Gorham Sterling Knives, S/11
19th-C. Gorham Sterling Knives, S/11
19th-C. Gorham Sterling Knives, S/11
19th-C. Gorham Sterling Knives, S/11

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Product Information

Era:
Antique; 19th century
Condition:
Very Good; some wear
Materials:
sterling silver/steel
Size:
7.5" L x 0.75" W
Color/Finish:
silver

Why We Love This

Set of eleven 19th-century Gorham sterling silver handled cherub fruit or dessert knives with electroplated steel blades. Gorham silver was founded in 1831 in Providence, R.I. by Jabez Gorham, a master craftsman, in partnership with Henry L. Webster.
As described by Nancy's Fancy Antiques

About Nancy's Fancy Antiques

Owner and founder Nancy Marshall has been in the antique and fashion businesses in NY for many years and has amassed a collection of exquisite antique bibelots. She has sold her antiques to Barney's, Bloomingdales, Saks, and clients all over the world. Her personal collection of antique hand-dip Victorian pens, card cases and desk accessories appeared in the Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum's Reading & Writing Exhibit in NYC.