GORHAM Medici STERLING Jelly SERVER -Antique-
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Antique sterling silver jelly server or spreader in old Medici pattern by Gorham.
This implement has a short handle and gold washed flat blade that is ideal for spreading jam. The renaissance-style pattern features a servant holding a tray and the 3 balls of the Medici family crest.
Marked Copyrighted STERLING with Gorham maker's mark.
Engraved - A McKee on back of handle.
4 1/2 inches long.
Good used condition. No dings, dents or repairs. Some wear and minor scratching from use, but no other damage.
Pattern introduced 1880.
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- Type / Pattern
- Sterling Silver Flatware
- Circa 1880
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- Height: 4.5 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 1 pound
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