The Hanover, a new design in sterling silver spoons and forks.

The Hanover, a new design in sterling silver spoons and forks.

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Gorham Manufacturing Company, New York, NY, USA.
7 unnumbered pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm
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Trade Catalogs
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Range 11, Bay 6, Shelf 1
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Bound with white cord.
Page [3] of cover provides a "list of pieces made in the "Hanover" pattern includes 15 types of knives, 8 types of cutlery, 27 types of spoons, 22 types of forks, 2 types of picks, 6 types of ladles, 2 types of sifters, 4 types of tongs, 5 types of servers, and 3 types of scoops.
Entirely silver, items include berry spoon, butter knife, sugar spoon, dessert spoon, dessert fork, tea spoon, small tea spoon, coffee spoon, table spoon and fork.
Gorham is a silversmith but also provided silver to many of the glass manufacturers pieces.