Vintage Gorham Sterling Silver Bon Bon Spoon and Jelly Spoon in Chantilly Pattern
First produced in 1895 - may I offer this pair of silver utensils from Gorham in the Chantilly pattern. First, a slotted spoon, a sugar sifter, a bonbon spoon or a confectioners spoon. Second, a jelly spoon (I think). Both are in terrific condition with a high shine. No monogram to either piece. If you want me to separate the pieces so that you can buy just one, I will do that as well (I do have another bon bon spoon in another listing as well as the jelly spoon - both listing at $25 each).
Metal Content: Sterling Silver with the backs of both pieces reading GORHAM STERLING.
SIZE: The bon bon spoon has a length (on a straight line) of 4-5/8"; width at the bowl is 2". The jelly spoon has a length of 6" with a width of 1-5/8" at the bowl.
WEIGHT: 52.4 grams the pair.
FINAL COMMENTS: When I can, I will beat anyone’s price on RL. I want to turn over the silver inventory quickly so I can keep loading in more. St. Louis was a boom city in the 1800s and the silver inventory here is legendary. For those who know, the 1904 World’s Fair held one of the largest competitions in silver design – all the big maker names of the day competed and a lot of the winning pieces stayed in St. Louis after the Fair ended. So keep watching my listings, I never know what I am going to have week to week – all I know is it will be varied, fabulous and deserving of a good home.
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Gorham Chantilly Sterling Bon Bon & Jelly Spoon