The Alvin Silver Manufacturing Company was founded in the year 1886. The initial name for the company was Alvin Mfg. Co. The company was considered a late entry player to the silver business in America. They originally had its headquarters in Invington, New Jersey but in the year 1895, it relocated to Sag Harbor in New York. It was only in New York where Alvin Silver Manufacturing Company begun introducing silverware based on historical patterns. In the year 1919, the company changed its name to Alvin Silver Co. and in 1928 the company was purchased by Gorham Silver.

This lovely pair of cream ladles by the Alvin Silver Co. are the "Diana" pattern introduced in 1910. The pattern consists of a laurel wreath surrounding the top portion of the handle ending with a delicate bow. The cream ladles measure 5" in length and are stamped "Alvin Patent" on the underside of the handle. The silver plate is in excellent condition with no issues; one ladle is monogrammed "D" and the other is not monogrammed. The pieces show some light tarnish and could use polishing before being used.

Cream Ladles, Ladles, Plates

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Alvin Silver Plate "Diana" Pattern Cream Ladles - Pair


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