Antique sterling silver sugar shell spoon by Gorham in the Versailles pattern with a gold washed bowl, with monogram.
Gorham's Versailles is a multi motif pattern designed by Antone Heller in 1885. Named for the Palace of Versailles, the pattern depicts scenes from life at Versailles. This spoon features a cherub with a harp surrounded by ornate detailing.
Monogram appears to be JLB.
Measures 6 1/8" long, 1 3/8" wide bowl.
Weighs 29.5g, 19dwt total.
Marked: Lion (sterling silver hallmark), anchor (Birmingham), G (Gorham) STERLING COPYRIGHTED
Very nice condition with some slight scratches and mild tarnish. Gold wash is fading, especially on the back of the bowl.
Will be shipped US Priority Mail with insurance.
Antique Gorham Versailles Sterling Silver Gold Wash Bowl Sugar Shell Spoon with Monogram