925 sterling silver, gilding
Weight: 0,380 kg
The diameter of the bowl: 19 cm
Author: Gorham
Time of origin: late 19th and early 20th centuries.
State: USA

That vase with the same success can be used for fruits and sweets, made from 925 sterling silver, the inside of the bowl gilding. The product surface smooth and mirror-like, has no damage. Restoration is not needed. On the bottom of the vase with the outer side engraved with three hallmarks: Figure 925 and the mark to standard of the sample – STERLING – 925, the higher the fineness of silver in the United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The third stamp shows a lion, raised his front paws – a brand known us – Gorham. The manufacturer of this table set is a vintage American jewelry company "Gorham". "Gorham" was founded in the city of Providence, state of Rhode island in 1831 by Jabez Gorham a master in partnership with Henry Webster. Lead designer and workshop Manager of the company was a specialist from England George Wilkinson. In 1865 the company was approved by the legislature of the state of Rhode island under the name of "Gorham Manufacturing Company". In the heyday of American silver manufacturing, approximately 1850– 1940, "Gorham" was very influential company. In 1884, the company opened a store in a huge shopping center in Manhattan. After 1906 the company was sold and almost before 2005, it has frequently changed owners. Today the trade mark "Gorham" is owned by "Lenox".