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Eight American silver cream spoons, mark of Gorham, c. 1903-1907, handles chased in high relief with flowers, hallmarked (8), approx. Weight 186 grams

Cased 57 piece Gorham sterling silver cutlery suite in the Medici pattern, comprising, 10 table knives, 10 table forks, 9 dessert forks, 11 dessert spoons, 10 teaspoons, sauce ladle, salad servers, cake slice, serving spoon, jam spoon and pickle fork

A pair of sterling silver salts and a mustard pot with a matching salt 1918 Birmingham with maker's marks for Gorham Manufacturing Co 1941 Birmingham, with maker's marks for William Suckling Ltd. Apair of compressed faceted salts with blue liners,

A set of six American sterling silver 'Chantilly' pattern Bouillon spoons, 1895, year of pattern patent, with maker's mark for Gorham, the spoons of threaded and shaped foliate form to both sides with ornately decorated throats; hallmarked to r

A strikingly elegant sterling silver figural comport, American, probably early 20th century, with maker's marks for Gorham & Co, the comport having a shallow bowl with a small waist below a continuous leaf and berry border to the rim, repeated to the foot,

Gorham Sterling silver early bowl, approx 458g & approx 24 cm dia

American sterling silver pierced dish having a cast shell & foliate border, with hand-pierced geometrical & floral decoration & pinched sides. Maker Gorham Manufacturing Company, made for English export. Condition good, minor tarnishing. Length 27 cm. Weig

Large American silver double-cased fruit bowl by Gorham, approx. 34 oz. troy

A small silver pepper castor, cylindrical with domed cap and pierced side; Gorham Manufacturing Co., Birmingham 1912. Height 5.5 cm.

An impressive 184 piece set of American silver cutlery in a large fitted mahogany canteen, 'Old French' pattern; comprising 12 each: dinner knives and forks, luncheon knives and forks, salad forks, cocktail forks, bouillon spoons, teaspoons, citrus or oran

An American silver, parcel-gilt compote spoon, drop-shape gilt bowl, writhen stem and maskhead finial; probably Gorham

Gorham, first half, 20th century, American sterling silver flatware cutlery set comprising twelve dinner forks, twelve salad forks, twelve dinner knives, twelve table spoons, twelve cream soup spoons, ten teaspoons, one serving fork and a two piece salad s

Gorham American sterling silver dish circa mid 20th century, with rope twist edging, stamped 'Gorham Sterling 340'. Diameter 23 cm. Weight 238g

American sterling silver cutlery setting in a fitted timber case comprising a carving knife & fork, a bread knife, twelve serving spoons, twelve main forks, twelve main knives, twelve entree forks, twelve entree knives, twelve fruit forks, twelve dessert s

Three silver sweetmeat dishes, two Victorian/Edwardian; Wm Comyns, London 1893, Adie & Lovekin, Birmingham 1901, and Gorham, U.S.A. (3)

A sterling silver bowl by Gorham and one other unmarked bowl of the same style

A Gorham sterling silver dish, 20th century, the navette shaped dish with a shaped and scalloped edge, having pierced handles, scrolls and floral embellishments, monogrammed to the centre; stamped underside also with number A2568. Silver weight 291gr. Heig

Six American silver coffee spoons; Gorham Manufacturing. (6)

George V silver mustards salt and pepperettes. Gorham Manufacturing Co, 1920. 536gm, the salts and mustard are of globular form, with blue glass liners on pad feet with conforming pepperettes

A George III silver goblet, the ovoid bowl with encircling chased and engraved foliate decoration, an escutcheon with an armorial: an eagle, wings outstretched, perched upon a shell; the lower half of the bowl with 'milled' ground, raised on a tapering ste

Pair of sterling silver Blackstarr & Gorham condiments (pepper grinder and salt)

Eleven American silver coffee spoons, Gorham, and an English spoon. (cased) total weight 125g

A very fine Arts & Crafts Martele silver and rose-gold jug and bowl by Gorham, American, circa 1895, in the Japanese style, stamped marks, bowl 21 cm. Diameter and jug 20 cm high

An American sterling silver bowl by Gorham Manufacturing Co., Rhode Island, 1907 shallow circular, with an ornate foliate moulded and pierced skirt, stamped factory marks, date mark and sterling, 31 cm diameter