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Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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For nearly 160 years, the Gorham Manufacturing Company turned out a wide range of beautiful silver flatware, tea sets, serving bowls and other silver pieces, indelibly influencing the field of decorative arts in ways that still resonate.

When silversmiths Jabez Gorham and Henry Webster started making coin silver teaspoons and jewelry out of a small workshop in Providence, Rhode Island, in 1831, the pair likely had no idea that their modest operation would one day become the largest silver manufacturer in the world.

While some name changes and personnel shifts preceded the foundry officially being established as Gorham Manufacturing Company decades later, growth of the business between its early days and the mid–19th century can largely be attributed to the work of Jabez’s son John, who assumed control of Gorham in the 1840s.

John Gorham introduced steam power at the manufactory. He entered into a partnership with Michael Gibney, the first American silversmith to register a design patent for a flatware pattern. Gorham wanted to expand the business, seeking to produce forks and spoons adorned with decorative flourishes adapted from British patterns. The company hammered out the silver flatware, which it sent to Gibney in New York to apply decorative patterns before returning to Gorham. Consequently, Gorham found Gibney’s work unsatisfactory, and he purchased his own rolling press to do the work himself.

The partnership between John and Michael soured but the company thrived. Sales grew to more than $20,000 per year, and the staff of silversmiths expanded. To keep up with demand, Gorham had to retire its horse-powered rolling press and import a steam-powered drop press from England — the first used in the United States. Designs created at Gorham drew on natural-world motifs as well as artistic traditions from all over the world — alongside its tableware, the company would soon be producing cups and pitchers adorned with polar bears and forest creatures, while tea services and other serving pieces were crafted in a range of styles that included Art Nouveau, Egyptian Revival and Rococo.

Around 1860, Gorham delved into bronze casting. When it opened a division dedicated to bronze work, Gorham collaborated with sculptors such as Daniel Chester French, Anna Hyatt Huntington and Alexander P. Proctor.

By the 1920s, Gorham had employed thousands of workers and had partnered with Danish modernist silversmith Erik Magnussen. However, the Great Depression ground production to a halt. The company was sold to Textron, Inc. in the late 1960s and it changed hands several times before it sold to Department 56 in 2005.

Today, the work of Gorham Manufacturing Company continues to be exhibited in galleries and museums. The RISD Museum in Providence houses a collection of nearly 5,000 works.

On 1stDibs, find a range of antique Gorham Manufacturing Company serveware and decorative objects.

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Creator: Gorham Manufacturing Company
Greenbrier by Gorham Sterling Silver Flatware Set for Eight Service Dinner Size
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Big Bend, WI
Greenbrier by Gorham sterling silver dinner size flatware set of 54 pieces. This set includes: Eight dinner size knives, 9 1/2". Eight dinner siz...
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1930s American Vintage Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Art Nouveau - Style Sterling Silver Pedestal, Based Vase by Gorham
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in New York, NY
Art Nouveau-Style, sterling silver, pedestal-based vase, Gorham Mfg. Company, Providence, Rhode Island, year-hallmarked for 1923. Hammered in design and chased with flowers. Measures...
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1920s American Art Nouveau Vintage Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Antique Gorham American Art Nouveau Sterling Silver Shaving Mug
By Gorham Manufacturing Company, Bailey, Banks & Biddle
Located in New York, NY
Art Nouveau sterling silver shaving mug. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1901. Shaped ovoid bowl with lip spout and c-scroll handle. Embossed fluid scrolling tendrils. Round and deta...
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Early 1900s American Art Nouveau Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Cluny by Gorham Sterling Silver Flatware Set for 8 Service 60 pieces Dinner
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Big Bend, WI
The academic nature in which designer Antione Heller looked to the past for inspiration also stems from the Beaux Arts movement. Cluny takes its name and inspiration from a real plac...
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20th Century Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Cluny by Gorham Sterling Silver Flatware Service Massive Set with Vintage Chest
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Big Bend, WI
The academic nature in which designer Antione Heller looked to the past for inspiration also stems from the Beaux Arts movement. Cluny takes its name and inspiration from a real plac...
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Late 19th Century Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Gorham Traditional Sterling Silver Revere Bowl
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in New York, NY
Traditional sterling silver Revere bowl. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1945. Curved sides, flared rim, and stepped foot. A historic form that can suit many modern uses. Fully marke...
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1940s American Colonial Revival Vintage Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver Victorian Box
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Being offered is a sterling silver (soap) box by Gorham Silversmiths of Providence, Rhode Island. It can be used for jewelry, pills or as a decorative piece but I think it was meant...
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1890s American Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver Caviar Dish
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Being offered in an antique caviar dish with a cover by Gorham Silversmiths of Providence, Rhode Island. There is a removable disc / surface on the inside and ice is placed undernea...
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1880s American Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Antique Gorham American Classical Coin Silver Basket
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in New York, NY
Classical coin silver basket. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca 1860. Oval with tapering sides. Rim interior has cast rinceau border threaded with leafing stem. C-scroll swing handle ...
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Mid-19th Century American American Classical Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Silver

Gorham English Edwardian Modern Sterling Silver Box, 1912
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in New York, NY
Edwardian Modern sterling silver box. Made by Gorham Manufacturing Co. in Birmingham in 1912. Rectangular with straight sides and curved corners. Cover hinged with curved top and scr...
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1910s English Modern Vintage Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver “Maryland” Serving Spoon
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Being offered is a sterling silver serving spoon by Gorham Silversmiths in the “Maryland” pattern, hallmarked 1885. The handle has a floral motif, not etched but raised. The bowl i...
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1880s American Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver “Dolly Madison” Water Pitcher
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Being offered is a sterling silver water pitcher by Gorham Silversmiths hallmarked 1929. The pattern name is “Dolly Madison” and Gorham manufactured both hollowware and flatware in ...
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1920s American Vintage Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Large Gorham Edwardian Big Game-Era Trophy Cup with Horn Handles
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in New York, NY
Large Edwardian big-game sterling silver trophy cup. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca 1910. Baluster bowl with twist-mounted horn handles. On front is engraved parchment scroll for e...
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Early 20th Century American Edwardian Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Set of 6 1880-83 Sterling Silver Tablespoons by Gorham
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Set of 6 Gorham's Cluny sterling silver tablespoons, 1880-1883. One of the greatest silver designs of the Aesthetic Movement in America. Obverse monogram "NS". 19.25 troy oz. 8.25" x...
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1880s American Aesthetic Movement Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver Art Nouveau “Lily” Server
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Being offered is a sterling silver serving piece by Gorham Silversmiths in the “Lily” pattern. First introduced in 1910, “Lily” aka “Floral” quickly became a favorite among silver c...
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1910s American Vintage Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Antique Gorham Coin Silver Vase No. 335
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine antique silver vase. By the Gorham Mfg. Co. In coin silver. The vase with a footed base, rounded body, and elongated narrow neck which opens into a wider mouth. These are v...
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Early 20th Century American Aesthetic Movement Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Silver

Sterling Silver Heart Dish, 1893
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Being offered is a heart shaped dish made by Gorham Silversmiths of Providence, Rhode Island and hallmarked 1893 (one hundred and thirty one years old)!! It has rich, old-world grac...
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1890s American Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Pair of Antique Gorham Edwardian Classical Column Candlesticks
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in New York, NY
Pair of Edwardian Classical sterling silver column candlesticks. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca 1910. Each: Column with fluted shaft on stepped square base. Corinthian capital with...
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Early 20th Century American Edwardian Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

1960s Gorham Bowl Wire Basket Original Silver
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Chula Vista, CA
Gorham Silver Original Label Wire Basket Fruit Bread Bowl 3.13 h x 9.13 Preowned original vintage unrestored Review images.
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Metal, Silver Plate

Antique Gorham Aesthetic Sterling Silver Olive Spoon with Pick
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in New York, NY
Aesthetic sterling silver olive spoon. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca 1885. Cast stem with entwined leaf and olive. Shallow and pierced bowl with engraved leaves. At other end pick...
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Late 19th Century American Aesthetic Movement Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver Platter
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Being offered is a sterling silver platter by Gorham Silver in the “Cinderella” pattern hallmarked 1925. It has a lovely etched pattern around the edge (2”) with four medallions — t...
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1920s American Vintage Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver Basket
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Being offered is a sterling silver basket. The plate has medallions interspersed with reticulated cutouts. Old world elegance all around the edge. The handle has an etched design ...
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1930s American Vintage Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Antique Sterling Silver "Letter"Stamp Case Dated 1892 Gorham Rhode Island USA
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in London, GB
Antique Sterling Silver "Letter"Stamp Case Dated 1892 Gorham Rhode Island USA Unique Novelty Silver Stamp Case made as a miniature letter sent from ...
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1890s Central American Victorian Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Antique William Roger Quadruple Plate Sugar Bowl & Gorham Sterling Silver Spoons
By Gorham Manufacturing Company, William Rogers
Located in Dayton, OH
Antique turn of the century 13 piece sugar bowl and hanging spoon set, featuring a trophy urn style bowl with etched palm leaves on the body, brackets to support twelve sugar spoons, squirrels in the pierced handles and a sparrow shaped finial. Set includes 11 Gorham sterling silver demitasse spoons in the New Queens pattern (introduced 1895); sold by J.E. Caldwell & Co. Bowl and lid by William Rogers (cross and keystone mark, circa 1900-1910), design number 57. "Gorham Silver was founded in Providence, Rhode Island, in 1831 by Jabez Gorham, a master craftsman, in partnership with Henry L. Webster. The firm's chief product was spoons of coin silver, but also made thimbles, combs, jewelry, and other small items. In 1865, the Rhode Island legislature granted a charter in the name of Gorham Manufacturing Company. During the heyday of American silver manufacturing, approximately 1850–1940, Gorham was highly influential. The company has produced matching hollowware in both sterling and silverplate, as well as running a foundry for bronze sculpture. The White House has used Gorham silver services during many administrations including those of Lincoln, Grant, and George W. Bush. Gorham artisans also sculpted several famous statues housed in the Capitol's Rotunda, overlooking the Museum of Natural History in New York, and topping the Rhode Island State House. Gorham has also designed a number of elaborate trophies for sporting events, including the Borg-Warner Trophy for the Indianapolis 500, designed by Robert J. Hill. The company has changed hands multiple times beginning with Textron (1967), to Dansk International Designs (1989), to Brown-Forman Corporation (1991), to the Lenox Group (2005), to Clarion Capital Partners (2009), now operating under the name Lenox Corporation." "William Hazen Rogers (born May 13, 1801) was an American master silversmith and a pioneer in the silver-plate industry and whose work and name have survived to the present day. Rogers partnered with other silversmiths at times, and his company and trademarks were eventually taken over by larger companies. Rogers was born on a farm on May 13, 1801, to Sarah Reynolds (1777-?) and Asa Rogers (1798-1824). After he left home, he went on to become a silversmith, watchmaker and jeweler. From 1820 to 1825, Rogers was an apprentice to Joseph Church, a silversmith and watchmaker in Hartford. In 1825, Rogers became partners with Church and their company, Church & Rogers, initially manufactured silver-plate flatware and hollowware. He was also partner, from 1832 to 1838, with Asa Harris Rogers, his younger brother, as "A Rogers Jr. & Co." while still associated with Church & Rogers. Rogers – together with his two brothers and, later, his son – was responsible for more than 100 patterns of silver and silver-plated cutlery and serving dishes. Many of Roger's designs were influenced by Louis XIV-style patterns of the 17th and 18th century in France, and he was best known for his Elberon pattern and "Presidential" cutlery series. The companies in which one or more of the original...
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Early 20th Century Late Victorian Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Metal, Sterling Silver

Set of 4 Spaulding Federal-Style Sterling Silver Mint Julep Cups
By Gorham Manufacturing Company, Spaulding & Company
Located in New York, NY
Set of 4 Federal-style sterling silver mint julep cups. Made by Spaulding & Co. (part of Gorham) in Chicago, ca 1920. Each: Straight and gently tapering sides and molded rims. A wond...
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Early 20th Century American Federal Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver Cobalt Salt Shakers
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Proudly offering this pair of Art Deco sterling silver salt shakers with cobalt glass liners. They have a geometric cutout pattern overlay on cobalt glass. The top come off and are e...
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1920s American Art Deco Vintage Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver Candlesticks
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Being offered is pair of sterling silver candlesticks by Gorham Silversmiths of Providence, Rhode Island. They are hallmarked 1913 (one hundred and eleven years old). They are Cori...
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1910s American Vintage Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Rookwood Art Nouveau Craftsman Silver Overlay Corn Whiskey Jug
By Gorham Manufacturing Company, Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in New York, NY
Art Nouveau Craftsman glazed earthenware whiskey jug with engraved silver overlay. Made by Rookwood Pottery in Cincinnati in 1893. Globular with short nec...
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1890s American Art Nouveau Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Silver

Set of 3 Gorham Japonesque Mixed Metal & Hand Hammered Ladles
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in New York, NY
Three Japonesque sterling silver ladles. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca 1885. Each: Curved and tapering handle; round and lobed bowl with small lip spout; bowl interior gilt washed...
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Late 19th Century American Japonisme Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver, Copper

Coligni by Gorham Sterling Silver Flatware Set Service 144 pc Dinner Multi motif
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Big Bend, WI
Rare Dinner and Luncheon size Coligni by Gorham sterling silver figural multi-motif Flatware set - 144 pieces. This pattern was designed by renowned artist Antoine Heller, and introd...
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20th Century Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Set of 8 Gorham Sterling Silver Goblets in Desirable Puritan Pattern
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in New York, NY
Set of 8 Puritan sterling silver goblets. Made by Gorham in Providence. Each: Spare and elegant form with subtle bell-form bowl on cylindrical stem flowing into raised foot. Works be...
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Mid-20th Century American Colonial Revival Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Antique Gorham Victorian Sterling Silver Nutmeg Grater
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in New York, NY
Victorian sterling silver nutmeg grater. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca 1900. Ovoid and lobed; cover hinged and tabbed. Interior has hi...
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Early 20th Century American Victorian Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Pair of Neoclassical-Style Parcel Gilt Coin Silver Footed Salt Cellars By Gorham
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in New York, NY
Pair of Neoclassical Style, parcel-gilt, Coin Silver (.900) footed salt cellars, American, Ca. 1850's (underside of each salt cellar is lightly engraved with script initials - NSG -...
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1850s American Neoclassical Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Gold, Sterling Silver

Pair of Antique Gorham American Classical Silver Ewers
By Gorham Manufacturing Company, Starr & Marcus
Located in New York, NY
Pair of striking midcentury Classical coin silver ewers. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca 1860. Each: Ovoid bowl with helmet mouth and raised foot. On neck applied frieze with ring o...
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Mid-19th Century American American Classical Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Silver

Pair of Gilt-Metal and Enamel ‘Fleurs des Siècles’ Flower Baskets
By Gorham Manufacturing Company, Jane Hutcheson
Located in London, GB
Pair of gilt-metal and enamel ‘Fleurs des Siècles’ flower baskets American, c. 1975 Height 16cm, width 18cm, depth 14cm With their delicate beauty, these two flower baskets are sens...
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20th Century American Modern Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Metal, Enamel

Antique Durgin American Edwardian Classical Sterling Silver Humidor
By Gorham Manufacturing Company, William B. Durgin
Located in New York, NY
Edwardian Classical sterling silver humidor. Made by William B. Durgin Co. (part of Gorham) in Concord, ca 1910. Rectangular with straight sides; cover hinged with gently curved top....
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Early 20th Century American Edwardian Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Set of 6 Gorham Midcentury Modern Scallop Shell Seafood Dishes
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in New York, NY
Set of 6 Midcentury Modern sterling silver seafood scallop shell plates. Made by Gorham in Providence. Each: Straight and tiered flutes, scalloped rim, and 2 ball supports. The hard-...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Gorham Victorian Classical Ewer with Carved Horn Handle, 1897
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in New York, NY
Victorian sterling silver ewer. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1897. Ovoid bowl with helmet mouth and base knop on raised foot mounted to square base on corner ball supports. Chased...
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1890s American Victorian Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Gorham 'Narragansett' Gold Washed Sterling Shell Dish & Figural Crab Spoon
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Gorham 'Narragansett' Gold Washed Sterling Shell Dish & Figural Crab Spoon USA, circa 1890s A rare find, two piece set in one of scarcest patter...
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Late 19th Century American Aesthetic Movement Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Large Gorham Modern Classical Sterling Silver Scallop Shell Dish, 1947
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in New York, NY
Large sterling silver scallop shell. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1947. Traditional form with dense and tiered flutes and 2 ball supports. Fully marked including maker’s stamp, da...
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1940s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Gorham 'Narragansett' Sterling- Silver Shell Dish & Figural Crab Spoon
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Gorham 'Narragansett' Sterling- Silver Shell Dish & Figural Crab Spoon USA, circa 1890s A rare find, two piece set in one of scarcest patterns of the Gorham Mfg. Co. 'Narragansett', a sculptural Shell Dish & Figural Crab Spoon, this offering is the example without a slight gold wash finish. This sterling silver shell oyster shell complete with figural crab spoon, a diminutive work, yet a captivating piece is a true testament to the artistry of Gorhams American Aesthetic silversmithing. The oval shell is skillfully encrusted with barnacles, creating a mesmerizing texture, and is raised on a smaller vertical rough piddock shell, complete with a rare addition a intertwined rope crab encrusted nautilus spoon. The shell dish bears the hallmarks of Gorham Silver Company. The serving dish speaks volumes of its quality. Its dimensions, measuring 1.5 inches high, 4.5 inches wide, and 2.5 inches deep, are complemented by the 5-inch by 1-inch wide three-dimensional crab-encrusted nautilus spoon, apparently unmarked. This duo is a rare and unique find, a captivating addition to any table service or collection. Weighing in approximately 5 ounces of sterling silver, this set not only highlights the exceptional craftsmanship of the short lived aesthetic period, embodying the essence of mindful, high-quality Victorian artistry. We are pleased to let you know at the time of posting we are offering another example Gorham 'Narragansett' Gold Washed Sterling Shell Dish...
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Late 19th Century American Aesthetic Movement Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Set of 6 Chantilly Pattern Sterling Silver Demitasse Spoons by Gorham, c.1920s
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Set of 6 Chantilly pattern sterling silver demitasse spoons by Gorham, c.1920s. Rare found. Antique set with monogram. 1.95 troy oz. 4 1/8" long. Whitehall Antiques is a family busin...
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Mid-20th Century American Art Deco Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver Art Deco Vanity Jar
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Being offered is a sterling silver and crystal vanity jar. The silver cover has a row of beading around the rim — very common in Art Deco designs. The crystal jar is paneled rather...
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1920s American Vintage Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Pair of Gorham Lancaster Sterling Silver Ice Tongs
By Gorham Manufacturing Company, Shreve & Co.
Located in New York, NY
Pair of Lancaster sterling silver ice tongs. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca 1900. U-form with beaded stem and floral terminal. One jaw ovoi...
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Early 20th Century American Edwardian Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Set of 6 Pre-1950 Chantilly Pattern Chocolate Spoons by Gorham
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Set of 6 Chantilly pattern sterling silver chocolate spoons by Gorham. Pre-1950, 1895 patent design. Rarely found. Monogram "A". Patent & hallmarks insignia. 2.95 troy oz. 4 5/8" lon...
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Early 20th Century American Rococo Revival Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Set of 10 Chantilly Pattern by Gorham Sterling Silver Butter Spreaders
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
Set of 10 Chantilly pattern by Gorham sterling silver butter spreaders, early-mid 20th century. 1895 design. Flat handle solid sterling silver. Assembled - 5 with monograms & mixed d...
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Mid-20th Century American Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Antique Gorham Exotic Turkish Sterling Silver Coffeepot, 1900
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in New York, NY
Fin-de-siecle exotic Turkish sterling silver coffeepot. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1900. Narrow ovoid bowl with cylindrical neck and round inset foot. High-looping snake scale h...
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Early 1900s American Aesthetic Movement Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver Ring Tray, 1886
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Being offered is a sterling silver antique ring tray hallmarked 1886. It has a chased floral pattern around the edge and has a scalloped rim. The ...
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1880s American Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Pair of Gorham Edwardian Classical Sterling Silver Candlesticks, 1914
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in New York, NY
Pair of Edwardian Classical sterling silver candlesticks. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1914. Each: Ovoid socket with detachable bobeche on knopped baluster shaft; domed foot. Fanc...
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1910s American Edwardian Vintage Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver Art Nouveau Ring Tray
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Brooklyn, NY
We are proud to offer this sterling silver Art Nouveau ring tray by Gorham Silversmiths of Providence, Rhode Island. It has a scalloped rim with aesthetic work around the edge. The...
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Early 1900s American Art Nouveau Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Golden Scroll by Gorham Sterling Silver Flatware Set Place Size Service 48 Pcs
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Big Bend, WI
Golden scroll by Gorham sterling silver flatware set, 48 pieces. This set includes: 12 place knives, 9 1/8", 12 place forks, 7 3/8", 12 salad forks, 7", ...
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Late 20th Century Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Pair of Silver Plate Gorham Candlesticks
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Los Angeles, CA
The pair of Gorham silver plate candlesticks shaped like columns with Corinthian capitals and removable tops, featuring fine beaded detail, exemplify the craftsmanship and attention ...
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20th Century American Neoclassical Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Silver Plate

Gorham Jumbo Sterling Silver & Leather Safari Flask, 1896
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in New York, NY
Victorian safari flask. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1896. Ovoid glass body. Top encased in leather with cutout tubular windows. Bottom has detachable sterling silver cup. Cover h...
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1890s American Victorian Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver Christmas Ornament
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Being offered is a sterling silver Christmas ornament made by Gorham Silversmiths of Providence, Rhode Island, circa 1983. It is of an ange...
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1980s American Vintage Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Large Antique Gorham Maintenon Sterling Silver Tray, 1923
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in New York, NY
Maintenon sterling silver serving tray. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1923. Oval with leaf-capped and -mounted c-scroll side handles. Well has engraved beaded oval frame (vacant) i...
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1920s American Edwardian Vintage Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Antique Gorham Sterling Olive Bowl and Tongs
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Litchfield, CT
Circa 1884, sterling, Gorham. This unequivocally charming serving piece embodies the relaxed refinement of the Victorian era. Complete with tongs, this rare example of a figural Gorham olive dish...
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1880s American Aesthetic Movement Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Antique Gorham Imperial Chrysanthemum Sterling Silver Soup Ladle
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in New York, NY
Imperial Chrysanthemum sterling silver soup ladle. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca 1900. Tapering stem with waisted terminal and lobed round bowl. Dense ornament with flowers and le...
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Late 19th Century American Japonisme Antique Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver Christmas Ornament
By Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Being offered is a sterling silver Christmas ornament made by Gorham Silversmiths of Providence, Rhode Island, circa 1985. It is of an angel play a m...
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1980s American Vintage Gorham Manufacturing Company Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Gorham Manufacturing Company furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Gorham Manufacturing Company furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of silver and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Gorham Manufacturing Company furniture, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Gorham Manufacturing Company were created in the mid-century modern style in united states during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by International Silver, Towle Silversmiths, and Wallace Silversmiths. Prices for Gorham Manufacturing Company furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $1,295 and can go as high as $59,900, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $3,900.

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